Winter Haven daily news-chief
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Title: Winter Haven daily news-chief
Portion of title: Winter Haven daily news chief
Alternate title: Sunday news-chief
Winter Haven Sunday news-chief
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Winter Haven Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1964
Publication Date: -1980
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Winter Haven
Coordinates: 28.034444 x -81.721667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1948.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 11, no. 12 (Nov. 2, 1980).
Numbering Peculiarities: Sunday issues carry separate numbering scheme, <1973>-1980.
General Note: W.E. Rynerson, publisher.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 33, no. 30 (Nov. 1, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002079807
oclc - 01746535
notis - AKR8233
lccn - sn 96027366
System ID: UF00086748:00019
 Related Items
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily news
Preceded by: Winter Haven daily chief
Succeeded by: News chief (Winter Haven, Fla. : 1980)

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: 4: Polling World Dope Ring Smashed ,


PeopleI Ambassador Among 3 HeldTuesday


QUESTION: What do yodo .

la your leisure time? $$13.5 Million In

J. L. Blanton, jeweler, 242 I .: G-Day
Ave. A, NW I work In my Yi1, n. 17A

I s;'J. lawn.shrubs garden,il, and on don't the the I'I : In United Fund w Heroin SeizedIn

visit the attrac-

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_20 year ago.
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time I go now LAS '' for 1964 In the Greater narcotics ring was R j
it when we broken Saturday with the arrest '
Winter Haven
+ area as
I have visitor ? United Givers Fund-Red Cross of a Mexican ambassador, an
Blantoa who want to go. L Campaign volunteer fan out Uruguayan diplomat, a Frenchmen ,
i4, across the community In the and the seizure of heroin {
Harvey, r a D c her, sr
R. G. one-day blitz to raise $146,434 ; valued at more than $13.S mil.
Pierre, S. Dakota: 1 fish. I like to meet the needs of 18 agencies t 4 : I. i lion on the black market

to go around during the coming year. t Narcotic gents' of the United 't
lometimei and The campaign will open with States, Canada, France, \ '
see things In ,. breakfast Mexico and Interpol capped
Florida, but AU the volunteers except three yean of clone cooperation
mostly I fish. v I.n I. those to canvas Auburndal to break the illegal tradeIn
I do most of will have breakfast on the east narcotic.

my fishing in + lawn of the Winter Haven''City In Washington, Atty. Gent
t y"
lakes Lulu and F R HaU at I a m. Robert F, Kennedy, who announced
S hip p. They Stat Rep. Ben Hill Griffin, the multl,nation crackdown
talk about thi LI Jr, will deliver the keynote address laid the smuggling plot
good Florida to fire up the volunteer was the second largest in U.S.
fishing that worker,' enthusiasm r history, topped only by an at-
U whit brings Harvey The I Auburndcle group will tempted $20 million haul In
it lot of ui down her. have Its own breakfast under I960.

Mr. Grace 0q ender, bookkeeper the direction of Jack Summers. Kennedy said the heroin war
f W. Elbert Dr.! I Pledge cards and kita will be taken secretly from four suit
distributed, and the canvasser case in lockers at the Montreal .
work with cer- will then let out on their railroad station and it
amlu. Icy ound*.
Station here in
Pennsylvania a
daughter have a n d a That night the Victory tin READY FOR BIG DAY-General Telephone will be headquarters Tuesday for neatly planned trap. It wouldbe
myself for our LOCAL CITRUS QUEEN CANDIDATE-Miis Judith net will be held at the Lake I United Givr Red Cross Campaign returns, to be manned by Cecil Fultz, seeted left, worth $13.S million on the
hop blonde of the Florida who Yacht and Club
Grafton 20 and Is 26 Region Country
U. S. Illicit market.
and Johnson. Arnold Silvert
amusement Joan Standing are left, master of crmonis for the kickoff
own will
It 7:30 when the worker
for the title of Florid Citrus : ,
will 1964 Queen.
where we compete reassemble and campaign r- breakfast, end O. C. Stanley, district manages of General Tl, who Is providing phony In Montreal, Royal Canadian
She Is Pi at Florida Southern
cn work. I do sponsored by Kappa Alpha cults. wlil hot announced_ and anus.Shuffle. Mounted Police said the 138
like to play College. Campaign' headquarter will pound of pure heroin wouldhave
I with my grandchildren be established In the Genera Production Starts SoonInstant' brought $52 million on the I:\
I Canadian black market because
and Telephone Co. building at Sec.
26 Lovelies To Seek Group
''we get out end St and Ave. B, NW, where of scarcity of the drug there. d
Arrested In Manhattan Friday
intruder sometimes, but I staff will receive reports '
frost the Held aU Uy Jong, is they flegedlylwef pro .." .,
I '
most of my apes Urn fire telephone,stationjvfll be OrangePack paring to nee the country/ were
,wjtk rerun!**. Citrus Queen CrownTwenty act up under' the> diiCTuW of AsksSuppt! Salvador Pardo,Holland, 5.T, the
,Wtniam M *6 r *. factoring, 0, C. Stanley, General Telephone Mexican ambissador Bolivia
I like district manager-,which ; Juan Arirtl, about to, in
aarasotet-ib i kiD ,. will be manned by Unite*] Civ employe of the Uruguayan Foreign
to cities and eight unl I cities will be represented by a.ti Of Merchants DevelopedBy
Ministry attache claimed
hour the t
era volunteers. Every
dive, work the venltlei and colleges will Ix, I least one, either a resident or mild will be comoiled ,and I II and Rene Bruchon, 50, who was
round In the Florida Citrus sponsored by an organization or deported from the U S. I la
represented radio.
and I do announced by JACK CLRNETT In
bout, college. These cities aro Uma- ) more private Florida citrus
the Plot., I The city ball lawn breakfast I Officials of the Downtown 1949 for smuggling narcotlci.
golf. Queen Pageant at The Florida Citrus Reportl'rFor
play some tills, Clearwater, Orlando, Mi. capital has come with what
I II hive been to i da Citrus Exposition In Winter' I anal, Bartow, Winter Park, Pa- I. being arranged by a committee -. Shuffleboard Club plan to leek many yean the Florida this writer believes up li the "real The three suspects were arraigned
most of the it- Haven next month, It was reeiled latka, Cainesfille, Tavarts, headed by E. I. Davis, excutive help from the Downtown Win citrus industry has been look' before Federal Judge
vice president of lh, of thing" In orange Juice crystals, Edward Welnfeld and held In
tractions around today by Bill Carter, who Leesburg and Marlanna. tt'r Haven Council In their fight log for a practical method
Idon't this Winter Haven Chamber of Com and it will into $100,000 ball each for a hearng -
Sarasota) lo II directing the event yeir.Twentysix dehydrating orange: juice crYI' go production,
Blondes I with hall about moving
outnumber brunette Continued On I Col. I) city Monday, Neither the Mexl-
really girls will compete ( tab that will, when proper for Institutional packs, In this
13 to 9, and then three the club to the Teen Center
want to go back for the Citrus Queen title, now'] are J. B., Anrrsoa mounts of water are added, area within a few week, can ambassador nor the For-
with auburn hair ind redhead Council president
to of them Moore held Miss Sue Scirbrough one highly icccptab elghn Ministry attache claimed
any by Shuffleboard provide a For obvious reasons, at this
I In the line Hid that
long of
too often of Panama The University hope. Dudley FlaglerTo juice. stags of diplomatic Immunity at their
City. the
lime, although: the
full who will vie for the coveted Club members liked If they .
Comm arraignment. They were trans
of Florida and Jacksonville Unlerslty The Florida Citrus product has been
John Evans; contractor, 551 crown and awards that with Be HonoredBy could come to the Council's regular perfected
will have two students lion li currently advertising for the "nth" degree, names of the erred to the federal house of
An. A, M: I Ilk* to travel luncheon meeting at the installations of Ictention. <
In the competition, while the itThe experimental principals In this deal-or the M
We Just got nititutlons represented by one Citrus Queen will receivea Art CenterDudley haven Hotel Monday equipment for research on the I location of the Installation, Bruchon wit arrested Friday
back from a elude Florida Southern, Unlersity cash award of $1,000 and will The council wn instrument crystals.But which ii being especially des (Continued on rae S, Col. 4)
trip to New Or- of Miami end Lake appear on "Queen for IDa,," Hauler, president 01the al 1 in getting the city to: agree a gamble of $300,000 or ilgned-ind other facts cannot
leans. We like umter Miami Chlpoli and St. the national ABC-TV network Florida Federation of Art, to move the club from its pres- -- be revealed it this time. -
to ace the coon Petersburg" Junior colleges. The show which will be taped here will be the guest of honor this eat location Just off Central I This one thing can be told- Burglars Loot
try. Of all the Florida ;'Civil Air Patrol will I during the Exposition for telecasting afternoon at a reception to beheld Ave. to the Teen Center and Junior one of the two principal back. Area TavernOver
place we have hIVe an entry the following week. at the Ridge Art Center, tearing down the old building College ers in this orange juice crystals
teen we like St. Petersburg and Coral The Citrus Queen will be Mlectcd 500 Third St, SW, between 2:30and : But Shuffleboard Club mem- deal li one of the area' and $400 worth of musical r ,
Winter Haven Gables will have three candi- I Monday night In Nora S o'clock. ten, who hive been there more state's most prominent citrus Instruments and beer were
the best. We dates In the pageant, ill represented Mayo Hall and will be crownedat Flagler I I. in Winter HavenIn than 40 yean and helped fiance Site Is HailedA men who has been along the olcn from Ed'i Dance Land,
I c always comeback by different groups. Win. the annual Coronation Ball I connection with the traveling the building, have ohected. whole route of citrus from producing just south of Auburndale on
to Winter ter Haven and Pinellas Park I The 26 candidates for the federation art exhibition now In the grove to concentrates tecker Hwy/ early yesterday
Evini Haven. We went will hive two. Eighteen other crown were chosen from in hanging In the Ridge Gallery. Anderson said he understands Wale Chamber of and other byproducts.But morning, the Polk County
'to New Orleans because w* jut entry list of 47 from throughout .I Included In the 24 realistic and the club has circulated a pe- Lake orange juice crystals an horiff'i Office said
Florida, the Exposition hiving abstract( painting U the one talon to keep the club'i pre. Commerce committee which not the only product that will Reported missing after the
wanted to see It. The coas been required to limit the chosen to bang In the governor'I eat location among member worked 10 hard to hive the new come out of thl. development. building hid been broken into j
drive to New Orleans ia one of District Lions roster because of stage, dressing mansion In Tallahassee. of the council, ind (0 of then Polk Junior College located near A new form of Instant coffee, were two guitars and several '
tho most beautiful we have In room and other facilities. I All iiioclitlon member and have signed it The council although It really should not be cases of beer. The break in,
the country This year the girls will be art enthusiast are encouraged: I. made up of merchants and II tint dry hn lent a letter to called "instant" coffee and which occurred after midnight
(Continued On Page Col. S) I to attend the reception. then with downtown interests the Polk School placed In the lime category as Friday, was discovered about
Gerald Grosh, salesman, 530 Meeting Here log the Winter Haven site. .
--- (Continued On Page I Col. 2) 5 m. yesterday .
16th St. NE: I go boating. The 1" .... '. ., r'., Owen Brice, head of the<.
kids like to water Clumber's Education Commit.tee *
ski, but 1 I Lions and their wives from said that the letter war not
just drive the DUtrlct 351. which comprises official Chamber action The Citrus Scene I
boat. They have 44 clubs In the central and Brie also said he "hopes that
to hive somebody southern areas of the state, be. other communities will realize
to drive gin arriving In the city early the Importance" of getting the
It.< you know. this morning to attend the District college established at a good By JACK GURNETT
We do, mOlt of Cabinet Meeting it the site it soon is possible. The Florida Citrus Reporter .'
our boating 011 Like Region Country Club. The letter, addressed to County .
the chain oflakea The Winter Haven Lions Club School Sup Shelley Boone and FLORIDA CITRUS EXPOSITION-SHOWCASE
We ael. members beaded by Deputy Dli. the Polk County School Board bas -'VIIY7 '
dom 10 to the Met Governor W. E. "Bill"' follows: With Florida citrus expected to be back in banner
attractions here Crash Coker and Burke Chlldi hive 'We' have been Informed that
I guess we are just too close been working bird the past two r the State Department of Edu production by the 1067-68! or 1068-69 season, and com
to them. weeks to complete arrangements cation lurvey team has rated pelled to fight to regain markets lost, because of short

for the event. Eejiitra. all the sites submitted for the supply; to "100 percent pure synthetics" and even to
tlon i iI scheduled to start at unsult-
Polk Junior College 11
Robbery Counts 11-30: with the dinner let for aba with the exception of the Imports, it is more important than ever before that
1230.: Winter Haven site the industry-and that would include my componiteriend

Lodged AgainstTwo Charles Goshorn, president of 'While' this li i 'disappointment -John Q. Grower-show off its wares to the best
the host club, will open the to Like Wales. which felt
Area Men meeting ind Introduce Mayor that the nthff .....b lOr our nf. advantage.And .
Richard Dantiler who will offlci. 4 c Let o; r'tI1ei ;t i.t'Itil of course, one of the natural and expedient

Two'Winter Raven area men, ally welcome the visitors. not presently in the center of ways to do that is through the Florida Citrus Exposition -

Jimmy tel Crott, X, and ladies Following will be the escorted luncheon to, Cypress the report population II ,being we do fairly accept and this Impartially or "Florida Citrus Showcase," the latter name tobe

Thomas Lee CriiweH, 22, both Gardens where they will made ind the decisions adopted when the chow is moved to the new site.

of Eloise were charged with be guests of the management In yr; ;1a made under the standards establish Over the last quarter century I have been connected

itrong-arm robbery late Friday witnessing the water show and by the itite. We further most of the time with the Exposition-and its fore
allbt,*the Polk County SheriffsOfflc4 viewing the tropical ,gardens. A feel that the survey team wn
From there the group will journey composed of experts In that runner the Florida Orange Festival-In a minor role,
,reported. > to Bob Howell'i Glass Blowing field who ire Interested only In principally to )help out on public relations and liaison
Charles Ladd, who lives at attraction for a special seeing that the belt facilities
with the news media of the state and nation, no I have
the Lewis Trailer Court. Seven emonstritlon by Mr. and Mri. are used
th S(, SW, told sheriffs deputies Bowel Under these circumstance been exposed to a lot of comment, both in the Industryand '

Uu two men beat him District Governor R. B. 'Bob" we recommend that the County local, about the annual citrus shows.
,Graham of Sarasota win con- I School Board accept the itate'i In thecitrus
lot of influential people
and robbed him a
up of an undisclosed duct the business session during I recommendation, designate the many years
amount of money. the afternoon after which the Winter Haven site as the permanent ; industry, including/ some past member of the
Crotu and Crtswen are In the ladies will return to the Yacht VALENCIA REGATTA ENTRY-Tnls outboard hydroplane li one of the en rli( intoday's location for the college Florida Citrus Commissjon, had been prone to refer to

Pott County Jail In Barlow and Club for the adjournment about 19th running of the Valencia Regatta en Like Alfred. Giving the liydr a last and proceed without further delay "the Winter Haven fair," which,
bond has 4:30.: Approximately 200 person I minute checkout are, from left, Ralph Cunin, Milford Harrison, Hank Arnold, Bill Thomp. to expedite the establishment the Exposition as
been set at $ ,OOO are expected to lake part in son, and Kay Harrison ill from Ohio Kay Harrison holds th* world record for CJ ts I and operation of the col i. not at all descriptive.
each. the event.


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House P. Ireland's Cub Pack 507 hamber Drive Is Today Nuclear Ship -


Funds For Dies Awarded Flag For Heart Fund Making Test

services were held Ii omment Heart Sunday workers will be NEED .J.

Manned in Cincinnati, Ohio, And CharterMarvin Runs
DAVIS the march
Ellsworth F, Ireland fath ly E. L on today to give

of Andrew P. Ireland of every resident of Winter Have
Chamber .f Centilitre" THESE
WASHINGTON ( Haven, president of Damkjer, District Boy an opportunity to join In the NUCLEAR SHIP

grew;, National Bank. Scout Commissioner, presentedthe E..ev lv. Vic. President fight against diseases of the SAVANNAH AT SEA (UPI) -
appears elder Ireland died sud The N.S. Savannao, world'i
toback Air Force Monday at his winter charter and a flag to the heart and blood vessels reapon first nuclear-powered merchant I

E. LeMay In his in Ft. Pierce Fla. Ha Eagle Lake Cub Scouts Pack TilE SOLUTIONThe until October of 1957 without receiving .Ibl* for mora than 54 per cent ship Saturday underwent renewed USED

fof authority to go a resident of Cincinnati 507 during the Eagle Lake either a telephone call of all deaths In the United lea trials with a full scheduleof .
visited his I Chamber receive quite or order. Then because the telephone States
frequently son atopi, starts and speed runa.
sign of a new PTA Founders meeting Thursday

bit of mail from foreign
Winter Haven. a company advised him it Mra. William The Savannah put to sea Friday
HTO's B. Lemons,
countries. Some of it, although CARS
and night was going to change his telephone
bl widow
are night from Galveston Tex \
The House Winter, Haven Heart
gave written In English, ia practically Sunday
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whelming to sons, Andrew and Robert I He also recognized and pre. number be thought he aa, with her atomic furnace
of Ann Arbor, Mich. I sented membership cards to tbe unclpherable largely ought to report the change to chairman, said volunteers ex supplying the power. The 22,000-
Thursday In voting $ because the writer la a poor the Air Force. So he did and pct to complete their visits b5pm.
ton, $51 million futuristic
to get the bomber cub pack committee. Honoredwere This causes quit i cargo TODAY
penman the Air Fore found that h. was .
Each of the estimated ship baa I complement of 110
prom manned Mathls Bryant cubmas- problem in replying because
: still on the payroll and was eligible
under the command of
Ready 300 workers will have men
of the study stage. the return address ia illegible then
to collect back with
ter; Raymond Clevenger, institutional pay, David McMlcbaeLThe
iFunds for the In talking to Skid Magld of subsistence and other allowances called on from 15 to 25 neighbors Capt.
wire included in a repreaentativ.; William the Orange Blossom Trail Aa distributing Information two-day shakedown cruise
as fpgeya, $57,000"INFLUENCE
bljlion defense S. Butler, committee aoclatlon about this problem recently designed to guard their hearts was the first sailing mad by ''Uliii
that the House !! Produce chairman; Jim Calondra, Leroy he said "I bad one like and health and accepting gift the nuclear chip since last May

vdte of 336 to 0.Sen. Thagard, and Harold Langston, that the other day po.tmarked for the Heart Fund. 7 when her former engineering
surprising officer elated down the reactorin
Richard B. "Republic of Indonesia", My It's the Mra. Lemons urged persons
Ga., chairman of th committee members; and Mrs. secretary simply cut the illegible news of the violence between who are not at home when their a labor diipute. The Savannah
Armed Services Bomb Bernard Daniels, Mrs. William return address from the envelope Turks and Greek In Cyprus Heart Wjnteer calla to mail In had been tied up in Galvea

aid) Sen. Leverett Butler and Mra. Chester Reynolds and pasted It aa an address has been appearing In the pa- their gift. Volunteers will leave ton. The ship built In 1959, bad
Mess, top Republican den mother on our letter of reply. snore how many letters cometo special aelf-addreaied envelope 1U first sea trial In April. 1962. 4-1963
also have pledged (UPI) The French Then she typed below these hieroglyphics the Chamber of Commerce at doors where there Is
rot the bomber plan. has ordered Its ar The Cub Scouts presented a "Republic of Indonesia referring to "Cyprus" Gardena. no answer, to be used for mall MODELS

backing the Senate to begin producing in program -on "How To Build ," she said "Let them log purposes FCC OfficialsIn

lyt: to go along with th for the hydrogen Good Cub Scout." Participating figure it out in their own coun REPRISAL The Heart Sunday observance CHEVYS
the Lucas Frank PI- try" marks the high point In the
Jut It hopes soon to develop, were Gprdon I In the Exchange National Heart Aiaoclatlon'a annual cam
not bv, to spend 15151'A. reported today. risky Steven Ayers, Douglas FOUL UP Bank the other day an old fel I palgn. Mra. Lemons pointed out CaliforniaFlorida
even Congress Billy low who was waiting In one of I
In sources said military ex Thagard, Nicky Anlschko that the Heart Fund 11th. 3-1961-2
ItlUter separate
Burr, David Daniel, John We were swapping war stories the chair outside President health fleld'a closest approachto
The decision would be factories la Miramas, 35 one day last week with Roger Clapp'a office reading a truly unified campaign. Citrus Commission official
feat Secretary northwest of Marseille, David Rhoden and John David Tech. Sgt. William Audenaert, the Wall Street Journal broke "Most people think of heart will be In California to- MODELS

Namara. begun the production of Mullls. recruiter for the U.S. Air into a chuckle He leaned over attack when heart disease la morrow to confer with citrus
McNamara asked which 1 to be trans- Mrs. 0. L. Connor was recognized Fore, who visit the and said, "Listen to this: A columnist mentioned," she aald. "Heart leaders there. CHEVYS orPONTIACS
(or a modest $5 for her long and faith. Chamber occasionally to says 'In connection with attack la a major element In General Manager Homer E.
eraUy. considered to be Into tritium by a spe Interview prospective enlis Castro's attempt to cut off our the total picture, being reiponilble Hooks and Attorney D. Burke
LeMay, Air Force nuclear reactor. ful service to the PTA, and tees. Wt told him of a group of water supply at Guantanamo for nearly 500.000 deaths KIbler III will meet In Los Angeles

said McNamara hadn't plant at Toulouse In south Mra. Joy Robert was Introduced exceptionally bright young officer Naval Base and his resultant each year. But it ia only ont of with F, R. Wilcox, general .
latest France 1 II extracting as a new teacher on candidates who bad been lOll of millions of dollars of many heart disease problems manager of Sunklat Crowera. 51960Model
Air Force yet and the Eagle Lake faculty. "skimmed off" aa the top 10 pay In U.S. currency to discharged with which we have to cop*. Scheduled for discussionwill
faster action. from "heavy water" Room counts were won by per cent of their class for accelerated Cubans who worked at The others include stroke, high be such matter aa opposition
The defense another deuterium plant Is Mrs. Joy Roberts' fifth grade training and more the bate we can now say to blood pressure and hardeningof to federal standards of
erally ronsldered to be built at Mazingarbe, north and Mrs. Barbara Hardy's sec rapid promotion, but who, because him "Remember the Main!' the arteries rheumatic fever Identity for frozen concentrated ChevyFordsPontlacs

a champion of the aald. and grade.Second. of fouled up records at and Inborn heart defects, to orange juice, opposition by cit
manned bombers, ,. sources. ... Washington had been sidetracked GUSTY mention fait a few. The Heart, rus-growing statea to any re
consternation of m.n ana tritium, two for two 'yeara and were finally '"' Fund fights them all." ----- duction In federal tariffs on
Last Monday waa a rainy
members who feel he I of "heavy hydrogen," commissioned as warrant I windy day with gusts which occasionally Charles K. Hetzer, Heart citrus Imports, and other matters -
putting too much vital ingredients of mega- Ruby officers by a major who had rose to 60 miles an Fund treasurer, reminded captalna of concern to the nation's
rocket H-bombs. been one of the 90 per cent left hour. that they may turn in two largest citrus. producing 10
That was why they I behind In the original clas Florence Cox of the Chamber their contribution at the Exchange It.tea. .
the $92 million In the report coincided with Juror SeatedDALLAS Sgt. Audenaert was not particularly staff who ia about five feet National Bank from 4 They win also study the Call- 19565759Model .
measure. The bill publication of an open let. astounded at this wartime all and weighs about 98 p.m. this afternoon. foists market, which uaei 10 percent

new weapons for the a number cf French foul- Say He said, "I read pounds aoaklng wet (which she of the national consumption ,
services and funds for the other about a second of Florida frozen concentrated .
scientists urging Presl- (UPI The drive In was) fought her way against Lake Alfred
and development. Charles de Gaulle to scrap I lion In earnest for a Jack lieutenant who was sworn in the wind through the Chamber orange juice, Hooks said. ChevysFordsOlds
and for active duty
accepted she "W want to remind all of
Ruby jury. door and Into the office. our
become Guests of Mra. Gladys Huyck
nuclear arsenal and 1942. After he had officially Bulcks
The second juror shook the rain from ber umbrella good customers In Californiathat
was picked .
United ber brother-in-law
to the nuclear test an officer in the art
Mortgage and triedto Florida still U the best
Friday in the fifth day of the and folded it
Statea Army Air Force, h. was ter, Mr. and Mra. Raymond 1" Pontiac
for citrus
trial. Courtroom observers said tousled hair back source
Loans the Moscow (test- told by the officer in charge- push her Cleveland of BatavIa, N. Y. The recent of
there was a good chance of wait for telephone Into she said with some and Mrs Jamea Ross of survey com
treaty seems to us the 'Go horn and a place Mr mission Boos
operations ,
... Talk tout \ step toward ... peace seating next week.an entire State'a jury by lat call or written orders excitement, "Whew I don't go Thelma St entertained the Allen and Hamilton presented IMMEDIATELY
about yourprobUmt. general and tightly-con- have said that all along. from u* telling you where to outside today unless you planto Polliwog Club of the local recommendations regarding emphasis -
.. ," said the! cS. Ilona report for duty: because Methodist Church, Friday at asocial which should
began yeslerdly. go some place, be given
NO APPRAISAL letter, which was airbed Nigh sessions The second lieutenant went evening with refreshmenta. to In-ator
merchandising on
begin waited. you5 M some place, anyhow! !
ON > prominent scientists ott next week. home and This duo consists of the West Coast. Hook wuf con- .
FIRST of the University of The second Juror arrived Fri. the young married couplet up fer with the 'comml..lon staff

FIRST day night to keep the first\ qne I You Your Child And SchoolBy I to 35 years of age who are there to discus future merchandising For Our
CORP.of all the strength of our company in the locked up jury members of the church. plana.
WINTER we urge you to as- dormitory of the criminal Hook also ia scheduled to
5111 Central Av., CY I a t. France with this courts and jail building, where DAVID NYDICK wasteful. Take the courses I NEW YORK -Mra. Donald serve as a Judge in selecting CustomersWE
(treaty)." the jurors' bedrooms are cub. UPI Education Specialist Iii near to. home or work aa Hunter, a passenger .on the Ito.er the outstanding.radio, and television -
byhole-small. There 1* a high percentage of possible. Try to arrange school Leonardo us VinCi, who was commercials for the past
The two juror selected are part-time college student In library time just before or after an eyewitness to futile attempts rear. The 10 best commercials
occupational suited for com addition many adults are com class hours to avoid extra to aid the a tor m battered In each category have been seeded

t( panionship. Both are engineers. plating high school or going to travel. freighter Ambassador in elimination screenings
Between DOW and the tim a trade and other specialty Good study habits and skills "It looked like something dy round the world and will be
verdict I I. rendered, they will schools while holding full time will help the student get the In,. I am an amateur photographer judged in Hollywood on Feb. 24
spend their lives in the dorm. jobs. most out of the available time but I did not have the for International Broadcast WILL

tory section not even communicating The adult who takes on the An evaluation of the student's heart to take any pictures. Awards.tWINt.

with their families burden of continued educationla ability in these akllli and corrective .
GUARANTEES except through a bailiff. a conscientious student. H* measures should be tak
Juror No. 2, sworn !in at S'53: generally baa the responsibilities en before the program or early TRADEHIGH

p.m. Friday, was Allan W, Mc. of a job and family. H* in it.

1 Year SET REPLACEMENT 6UARANTEE I Coy, 39, an industrial engineer has gone back to school because
ON DEEMTCHED,! CIRCUIT IOARD for a Dallas steel fabricating he realizes the value of
company, a Baptist and a resident
additional training. The courses
of suburban
Irving Tex.
Year ,
will usually Involve tuition and
He 1* a bug man with black other expenses. In order to

hair gray temples. gain the full benefits of the
H told Assistant Dlst.
A.D. (Jim) Bowie that-he did learning he will need to plan John Henry Jones 51, of 3226
carefully and organize his time. Lake Conine Drive, Winter Haven :
not have religious or conscten-
Before becoming a part time died early Friday In a
ions scruples against voting the $ SILVER $
death penalty for a defendant student, it should b* remembered Bartow hospital 'EM
In a murder-wlth-malice case that the courses and Jones who was born in Geneva
study will probably take place County, Ala, cam to
But presumably he the
after a full day of work. Sufficient Winter Haven from Weatvllle, DOLLARS
favor of defense attorney Mel.
time should be Fla. (in 1931. H $ $
plannedfor was a carpenter
vln Belli when, under the lat.ter'
meals and rest. It ia most and a member of the Winter EXTRAfor
questioning, he said "It
16995 difficult to concentrate on i Haven Church of God.
would not be easy" to take *
man'a life. learning when one 1 I. hungry or He U survived by his widow, JUST FIND THE
tired. Mrs. Zula Jones of Winter Haven
He said that what he saw
'I Th requirements of evening ; a stepdaughter, Mra. Virginia
television of the shooting
II on Cary of Manila/ P. I. twosisters Extra
11 here on Nov. 24 of Lee Harvey courses should be similar to ; Clean
Oswald, the accused assassinof the normal day time course Airs. Ivey Ferrel of GOLDEN KEY
Pensacola, and lira. Sennella
President "a The teacher also should be
Kennedy, was a CARSMBBM.M
Arrant of Blountstown three
equally qualified.
lot of commotion" and "just i
A student In a part time brothers Burtonof Winter Haven
jumble He said be would be
and Willis and WHILE
will only get out of a Woodrow,
MODEL r-soit able to give due weight to the .
expert testimony of psychiatrists course what he puts Into it. In both of Westville. ; and two atepgrandchlldren. SEE
order to benefit the most froma
"INSTANT-ON" TV IN A and psychologists. (The careful will Funeral services will be held MONDAY NIGHTSPECIALS
19* WESTINGHOUSE ATTACHE PORTABLENo defense will attempt to prove be course neceasary. planning this afternoon at t at the Winter Chevrolet
Ruby was temporarily insane
Haven Church
: of God with
more wilting for picture and sound...Wtttlnghous when he shot Oswald.) The choice and number of the Rev. Melvin A. Gifford pas-
''In.tant.On'' TV furnishes operating poweMh* Instant Juror No. 1, chosen Thurs courses are Important factors If tor: officiating. Burial will follow Center
let goes on",, longer tube his too Big 19'aluminized day, ia Max E. Causey, of Gar. a student I It going to be suc at Lakeside Memorial i
picture tube.. square cornered for 172 Iq. In or viewing and, Tex., a year-old administrative cessful. T be. two factora Park.
area "See Metic"circuit center?deep etched In pure engineer and coat analyst should b* considered together. FOR HIGH
copper paths..Twin 15' Friend may call at the Ott-
telescoping antenna front
Some Involve
only class
for le courses
an aerospace Laughlln Chapel from I a to
mounted fM wide Polarized m.
range speaker power plulo additional
time with laboratorywork
Ironies plant. 1 p.m. today. THE CHILDREN'S WORLD INVITES YOU ChevroletTrades
You be while othera Involved extensive Active pallbearers will be L. j
can sure.Jf It's WestinghOUSe r--------.
outside study tim. The

J number of courses taken should George Searcy, Wilfred Clem. GOLDEN KEY MONDAY FEB. 24 6 to 9 !
THESE WESTINGHOUSE GUARANTEES ARI EXTENDED : be based upon these considerations enonda. L. V. Prlve, and N. L."hompson. ,
In relation to the mdlv.Idual' P.M. ONLY
.' available tim. Honorary pallbearers will be \fi
1 I
Study r I 0 d a should be
lit p. George Jackson, J. C. Banner, ..Good
OR SERVICE AGENCIES. "CARRY-IN" SERVICE scheduled when the student 1* Earl Warren L. E. Higdon,
\>>PPLIES ON PORTABLE UNITS WITH HANDLE. well rested Morning hour are Garland Moore S. B. Carey, OPEN EVERY MONDAY

E ideal Fatigue naturally occurs Lynn Holley, Ray Stewart, T. Deals
"Thl. .d,4In1! ,.."nt.. Is erigln.I.4! tni aJmt" .: .... : after day of full time work. R. Owens Julius Owens. V. Elton -

'Mtttt by y'ur seal l tu liri! .4 Wtitlnghtui ttutributtr.' Efficient! use of available Parka, George Langford, 'til 9 P.M. Good
time I I. important. Travel tim and W. D. Carey. .

COME IN AND SEE THIS AND AIRLINE : !-I r --------- --- ..... ----9- Service 1

OTHER OUTSTANDING TV'S ATLeRoy's l I Opportunities I II I rI McDonald's Sundries .

I Itr
Appliance to 39, high ..
I a.r yu tin eualt'y. Trim, I II'I
1 for J.t-A(. opportunity, with a 1-Stop shopping trip
.,pandlne Alrllntf ae Putingir j WORLD

:'l'WS LES & SERVICE t:; \ I RiMrvitionlit Aj.nt, CommunlMtltniit., Op S ritlitl I |II POST OFFICE POUNTAIN C PHOTO PICKUP 117 TkM a>, N.W. CY M74TAraw HI.ntt CYIlllfAUIURNDALI
| Ho.t.e, $t.tlon Ag \I Ticket ..... PTMI Off H ll
"" Ste. 0. fptInrerreat
13. M St. S.VY. 2'3.3451 '
... l.n. Sind yeur nimt I I SUNDRY ITEMS 21 irk >? S.W.

We MWf f lee hew MCI ,.. rely M W..,....,... e I I end son iddrtu tae./ .lo'I'to Atlantis: wnt.e Airlines*TrainIng Heren,hMl-, I Op** t ..M. .7 p.m. Weekdays Sunday a.m. 1 p..... I I CTJ.IU'WINTII HAVEN

Dally N.we-Chief. Hion* CY3-231I .
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The Weather--local State And National Farmer Files I Quinn Enters Polk Race JoN .

Q. Qultman Quinn 31.native an intelligence officer A not.ry.
$WOO Suit of Polk County announced that public he Ii aim a memjjrr-
he Ii a candidate for the state
\ of the Polk County Democrltifc !
; legislature, Polk County Group
Executive Committee.

Ird '4b o \J.., o 7o' On Pollution 2.Born In Polk City Quinn went In addition he has worked

XZM./ ,e a .;tr.y d0 .i ? to Bartow with hi* parent at for Michigan' U. S. Sen. HatTfvey

I VS. the age of two and was graduated L. Lodge.
Sen. taming Randolph
from Bartow High School.He .
D.W. Va, member of th.Sen.t. International
attended the University of By United Press
Subcommittee Air
Florida on an academic scholarship LONDONAn Aviation Mln- '
and Water Pollution laid theommittee'i '
report after bea istry spokesmen commenting
logs and a Polk County phosp. He recently resigned his post diplomatically on the 4,000 teenage -,
ate area tour will probably"draw with the Polk County Food fans who turned out for the
conclusion! and In some Commodity at the Bartow AirBase arrival back home from'tha'.:
7t\ ,! w" areas make recommendation to enter the rice. "colonies" of the mop topped ,
It will be finished this fall. i W I He U married and lives at Beatles:
Randolph toured plant and 105 Ninth St NW Wahneta. "It ii a long time since Lon .
yP a farmi Friday. after he and Sen. He la a captain In the Air Fore don Airport law anything like.
Edmund Muskle, Maine, conducted Reserve In which b* serves aa this." ..
bearing in Tamp
Thursday.. Muakie WK tailed ,
9: I ,>ei.t krsnoWEkJ back to Washington late Thursday .

tgyll3 ., and could not make the v
a a M I per j .
tour.Meanwhile, a $200.000 lull wa : Not A Bcatle.fcutw. .
I filed in Bartow Friday. aialniVirginiaCarolina
Chemical Co. i

for alleged damage to cattle .I CHIN five
caused by emission from the
s plant. yea full c....
Charles E. Wills, Tl-year.oldformer

SNOW, RAIN, COOL-Snow Is forecast for the Rocklei, puts of the Appalachian cattleman, filed the suit I Hilt ALIEN ,
I and the Central Plains Rain ti forecast for the Appalachian with thunderthowen slated because, be laid cattle on his
forecast for the southern Plaint and the Great ranch west of Mulberry were Beasley Insurance Agency :'
for most of Alabama. Fair end cold ti COAST GUARD UNIT PATROLS REGATTA-Al*
Lakes and Mississippi and Ohio Valleys Cold U also forecast for the eastern seaboard. being the pollution.damaged and killed b, Warren of the Winter Haven Coast Guard Alfred (/i SINCI 130 '.

OUTLOOK I I Florida Zones The hearing In Tampa were I Valencia Regatta plan from George Lyns, Lake .JIM iMtlcy. Her Allei M lt..l.r "
conducted by Randolph and Lions chairman of the event, In preparation for todaY'1big
Cloudy and continued cold today Panhandle becoming variable mostly northeast Sen. Edmund Muskle (Maine), racei. The auxiliary assist the Lions in conductingthe 180 Av*. A, N.W. CY 3-4147'"' '
the SO'i
with high In
a and cold today winds eight to 11 miles chairman of the commute events
Low tonight In the 40's. Northeasterly Partly cloudy
I "We have wen evidence today
wind Increasing to 15 and tonight. Highest today per hour tonight.
hour in the 46 to 52. Lowest tonight 32 to North ," Randolph aald while tourIng ,
to 20 miles
Seeks Federal Aid
Contlned.cold the IMC plant near B.rtowFrld.01 AFL-CIO
winds Cloudy Sunday
afternoon and diminishing tonight 38 North and northeast In the damage don. to the Preterit .
I 12 to 22 miles per hour todayENGINEERS' with a high i
animals by air pollution. Th a
40s. Low tonight in the SOi The Coin Dot
and northeast winds 10 phosphate emission served asa
to 20 miles per hour.Central contributing factor. I don' To Support Catholic Schools p
1'tTIIPr believe this ii denied. "Bobby"Iiney
But also noted that
Cloudy l Sunday. Continuedcold Randolph MIAMI BEACH (UP) The AFL-CO official said they
with a high today in the the phosphate Industry ii work. AFL-CIO will urge Congress to hoped this proposal would end ClocheBy
Ing of abatement
on means
in the 40sNortheasterly
Ms. Low US. grant for eon
wind Increasing While looking at the air approve the stalemate over federal aid
structlon of Roman Catholic SANDRA
a to 15 to 20 miles per hour pollution control device at the schools In an effort to break for public schools that has resulted

and becoming northerly this at IMC plant, Randolph noted, the logjam on federal aid to eucatlon < I from refusal of some key
and tonight. I "It'i good housekeeping I I to such
ternoon legislation. congressmen support aprogram
can lee it cost money, but it I
Southwest unless Catholic schools
The policy was spelled out
; off In safety"Randolph
Cloudy Sunday Continued pays also receive
yesterday In a statement approved help.
laid that he
rather cold with a high todayof the labor U
by the AFL-CIO Executive Although lobby RP'
"a real need for local and state /
56 to 62. Low tonight 56 level of government to b. Council at its mid.winter meeting II one of the most important on
to 52. Northeast and east winds of air here. Capitol Hill, its Influence on education -
more active In the areas
15 to 20 miles per hour becoming and water pollution." The labor federation governIng bill Is not consideredto .:
northerly this afternoon Both the Florida State Health body called for expansion be as great ai It Is on strictly '
and tonight. Department and the Polk of the National Defense Education -' labor milters But the AFL.CIO
Southeast County Air Pollution Commie Act (NDEA) to provide program could have a chanceof
Cloudy. Sunday Rather cool don were severely criticized b,. grants for building classroom adoption at this session of -'
today with a high in the 60a local cattle and citrus people and providing specialized equip. Congress, union officials said ,
k kg kr Colder tonight with lows of 50 a few week igo for not helpIng ment to private and parochial Under the present law, Catholic e \
to 55. East and southeast winds sufficiently with this problem high schools and grade school. schools can obtain low.Inter- r
10 to 20 miles per hour becoming est loans from the governmentto
, 15 to 23 miles / ;. j
I northerly provide equipment for teaching
Randolph laid the committee'sfinal l
per hour this afternoon and to report will probably draw of mathematics, science aexNlM ; I I'I II
Negro Family
night. conclusions. and modern foreign languages.
Key: "We've got to draw conelusion Public schools nay receive I
Cloudy Sunday. High today and In coma 'area. grants for the lame purpose; !!
around 70. Cooler tonight witha make recommendation on Dies In Fire The AFL-CIO wants Congressto ..
low to 55 to 60 Southeast- what to do about air pollution. authorize grants for construction jar
g The suit agilnst the V-C of classrooms by. private ly :.. I

FFA To NameSweetheart plant charge that fluoride CHERAW, s.c. (UP) A. and public schools that 1 r 1
emissions from the plant two Negro farm family of 11 apparently would be used for teaching ;; ::0
and one half miles from Willis'ranch burned to death today these subject. It also advocates "
damaged his pasture, expanding the list of
when a pre-dawn! fire quickly!
: Injured and killed his beef whipped through their three approved subjects to Include Sura.fire kit .( the E..... Parade! Gleaming panaml2Mltr.wc "
cattle heard and forced him to room frame home. English geography, history and ...rd with coin dot lI. ul"", mitt silk mt>k ..lllng.'" illatk J
liquidate the herd at a losi Nine bodies were Immediately! other studies scud, whit..lid, white with black '%'L 98 5B
GUEST SPEAKER-Edward J. Fallon, suit also charge that "
The found In the ruins and authorities ( and with settee. 221
The Imperial Future Turners Willia I u-- pony r set/es, batga I
right, of education and personnel developmentat the pollution Injured .
manager laid they were told the other
Martin-Orlando, was the guest speaker at the Florida of America Junior High chapter School atWeitwood health and nil upper respiratory two member of the family :Yl. d :: I
Engineer Society meeting at Morrison1 cafeteria Thurs system. also Inside the
U sweetheart were t<
G, L Lyle, left, was host for the luncheon which was contest sponsoring a The suit. states that the V.ccomp.n when the blat erupted A 'It. <", SJ :I
I .
and ,
held "carelessly negligently
In conjunction with the observance of National Engineers The finale of the contest will emitted, expelled, and search for the missing two con :; Golden Girdles and =

Week. b* beld on March 25, when cast loose or free into the tinued. t Playtex :::
the FFA Sweetheart will be I The victim Included Moses ""',1
d 111gasses
atmosphere fumes, u .
selected. and combineioni Fame, his wife Mary Agene Long Leg Panty Girdles
Hi WuU |sad for Mi ""R.yt vapors
yea many a sap
and their children, Mary Fran.
Preliminaries will be held
on the
thereof polluting
Slit Ar ye. gathering, statirilci *r smpeihif March 13, and the top six girl atmosphere" cei, 13, Lola Mae 12, Moses Jr.. :
will vie for the crown in the 11, Mary Alice >, Ollle Belle T.
TONITI IS THI NITE TO GO OUT TO THE MOVIESI finals. r John Robert 5. Mitchell 4, Ear : DO .1

The contestant and sponsor Deputy J, and Patsy 1.

OPEN 12:45 P.M. ConrlMow Shows from 1:00 P.M. are: Brenda Ogden Latin Club; PostmasterWASIIINGTON The James home wn In the
Carol Knight, FHA Club; Roy. lash community on U.S. 12
SUNDAY and SATURDAY nell Reese, FTII Club; Kay. (UPI) The eight miles southeast of Cher. "

OHM 1:41 P..... C.I._ thaws Siam t P..... ...ON."III HI. Mahaffey, Advisors Council; Senate Post. Office Committee aw, situated near the North :;
Lena Johns, Literary Society, unanimously approved Presi Carolina line ,
Sharon Allen Junior Red Cross; dent Johnson's Domination of The cause of the fire was not 0

Now Showing e Mary Beglay, Sports Club; and Frederick C. Belen ai deputy Immediately determined. ,N
Jan Keefer, Annual Club. postmaster general Friday "A lady from North Carolina
2fisiisEtr TODAY thra driving down the highway saw
t1 WEDNESDAYTMC lt first," said ail James, 20earold M
first cousin of Moses

ASTOUNDING tTOHY Of All ASTOUNDING MILITARY amei. "We live four bousei Yet ITi Hu.. Yea g*...dtintlnOtclUoov y ; ..
ewe" alas fHOOUC!OHS wok us up. CoMm/ Move. Glrdfc and '

"I was the first person to gel long .Ug tony GJnfWWM n L4/ : =
CLOSING COST don there. Th* whole side ofthe on 5. gkdkt' wide" :::
i house was in a blue and aequy pantIo aIt -
Ctocl with DOMESTIC LOAN ...*.. ye torraw UOO 00 M the wind was blowing )t But Support lummy 'It* (km, .' r :;
year reel" l ..Nt* e typlctl .....?!* .. skews 'M wlwt there was nobody In the house young your__ Th* loft P u t I ; :::

we Mma (nut ye. ).. cenpcre making any fuss or nothing. doll Inlng. glow yes tool -, ::

DOMESTIC LOAN INSTITUTION TT( Mlc we. And M au hue ''r' rmIp

I s imeAAs Ye lrrw ......... "00.00 Y The.* Iee.wuse D.ducti |iOO.00 Whafi Tim w+r 1. -o'a..sow... //t f ; ""' rd K 5 l Yes =.4"i9ht ..

fat tttantogt of *.. II 00 j + .3 ,
W. Deducts Applicative 10 00Sumy ::

Stamp" ........... .fORtctre'ing Le'.I I 10 II00:00 First Question a oongi. ..Coldm OAV good PtoylMMOW farfrnfloa t"j :;'
Title Mley il 00 "' '. y ::-
Imi.d er.dy
nn.... 2.00 RNUdin' 0,00Siam : f r

.. .tOM ,. ..
Ta, 120CUima $10.95 im ii- 0 -
iii r MumuLUM C..ti IS.00 Into \ r K cujI t
$59710 $7.95 ;;tt l $
CASH YOU on CASH YOU *H $427.70 + : y rw 1
ifi' >perstye->feg.S129S :i r o i p
( 99.95
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It's to bi -
likely awxtletl x i f 'r ,
H motes lit MUM ee deal' with .....*.*.81USE mm M*ttltu. to .'
CatY Audrey y G.." Mvllint, yur ..) at one word. "Insurance"Mor { / .
Dtmtitlt" (.tin limply" king
Grant Hepburn P1 In Year Ugtl Jttcrlptl *urMnrle YOUR i 'E l
!I. flit and mad bas Important than Jnt 9 w I
..""I.t.. the acme Jiyl Sp.- having insurance ar* the CHARGEACCOUNT / +
eewm..e. iECHN/COtOI' Clot! t.nid.dte.'ive. t. our question: "what kind" and '
r ', ,uat.m.rt I b tint .< dutriiiv S'
will wok with y*... Wa ilm- "how noucb"Nave : :
ply want yew buiincul H.", you neglected change :
HAVEN DALE Drive-In THEATRE wn4 ..4 .p.r.t.i.SERVIN6 your policy to keep up with .----'.-.....

OPEN AT *00 P.... O FUST SHOW AT i:41 P.M.Tonit WINTER HAVEN change in your home?Now :

theta Tuesday Nit. Adult EntrtolnmtIRI6ITTE SINCE IW.EORAE you can streamline your )inuranco 1't\
with a tailormad 1'r
IARDOT In tfc* Saucy Comedy" "
"packsg JK>1icy. Call r
"FLEASI NOT NOW" ((1st Run) MUUINS. this week for details II


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LOANS TO SiOO.UenW Usuraitco Root. Estate 11I''
e WH. Nit and Ttws. Nit .
..n. T.II...... PIe. I'
2Sc Cape Nlgslen. by C. pr
See Turns to "PtYTON PLACrV. Cor. Avo. A &. Third N.W. CY 4-3219
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Sun3ay, Feb aY; 2J, 'ffi1

case will be carried to iU
News-Chief HURRICANE WARNING full and final appeal
Winter Haven Daily | A Newsman'sNOTEBOOK The symbolic pants presser

W. .. RYNERSON, Idlt.'wlt".he| of America will not be bulliedby

:: ,;:' JOHN W. RYNERSON. AuWtnt t. the P.blhh.r the, the glib federal liberal snoopers mouthpieces and

.':. rtibliih.d dilly (Uie.it S.tgrdiyl) by the WlnUr H.... from the attorney general'
":"" :JPublliUe CH ln.H 124 ltd Strut. N.W. Wmt r H.v..ii. flerle1_ office.
JOHN LOP Editor Auburndalt Star
ICHARLtS GOSHORN C.n.tit M.n.7ar And there arent enough
The time honored cliche eat federal tribunal had been jails in all of these United
CK IEAHAN Auetlit Miter States to hold him and all
that "You can't J.lalat.mer.ta" burled beneath an impossibledeluge
of the others who win Join
_:UTER j. SULLIVAN AeVerthtitfl Mv.o.r
may not stand up of arrests. with him in opposing this
i=.." NATIONAL ADVERTISIN REPRESENTATIVE under microscopic axamlna- Some defendents went to vicious and Impossible legit

Si''..n.A a A....!.t... In.. . Chlc... III. tlon without modification. jall-aome to the federal penitentiary la tlon.

: :.;;;.d .. S..nd Claw Mill M.tl.r $.,t. '. I'M et the p..i Offl.l But If amended to read -but the cookers continued So let the congress past it. t
In Win! I., H......, FUfldi. m>J.' ..f .' Mirek 2, Il7fMEMIER "You can't legislate moral to burble. Gin was Let the President sign it. Let
Bobby try to enforce it. Let
which are not generally aeeeptabl
-.. = ';" to a majority of the till concocted in bathtubs all the federal judges Join the
'. : (i' : people" the statement itapdi and few basements lacked I campaign with their contempt
: ,: '.\ .. OF CIRCULATIONS without poialblllty of .ucc.... equipment for the fermentingand writs and all the other legal
.. ....." ful debate.Of bottling of borne brew. artillery that ia being writ

MEMIER course,. that statement Prohibition was a failure. ten Into the act.
ni' Active M.mb.r UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL at amended applies to all leg- The courts, the attorney gen But they will discover that
-'..- NATIONAL EDITORIAL Th. Unlt.1I l 1 foil .ntHl.1 t. th* ... illation under a system of eral's office and all the other the American People will not
*".- ASSOCIATION for publication:: ( .( ill !Le.l!: MWI rlii. representative government, governmental agencies obey the civil rights law anymore
ell 1 In foil n.w.p.p.r *i will ei ill UN unable to enforce the than they complied with
-** 1964 N.w. Dnp. eh.i. not just to laws on morality.No were
,... law can nor will for the Volstead Act.
ADVERTISING DEADLINI long, remain on the books If law.Finally was stricken from And the people, themselvesare
; 'CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT. iI It runt contrary to the be. the books. the final court of appeal
'. .- Br)h. W.,..: $ P.M. Pw.loul Day. ly tho hick 1 P.M. rVevlevs D.,. llefa of the people it ia enacted There was another try at They will not accept legla-
., l.til Noile.it I P M. Pnvleui. D.,. Sunday Edtn! Dellni. Friday..DISPLAY to govern. enforcing mass morality-or lated morality-If it be morality

DEPARTMENT. All laws exist In this conformity might be a better unless they believe it
Sunday Edition-3 P.M. Thwnd.ytl.4ond.y, UMN-I P.M. FU.y ( ) nation -
"Tu.id'iy ._N.n Siturdiyi W.dWdiy, ThyrUiy and Friday ( entirely by the willing- word-back In the early the principle it embraces. ,
t Edition_I P.M. Tw. D.,. In Advanca. nell of the people to accept days of the Roosevelt adminIstrstlon All the Congress ia doing,
them and to abide by them. when by presidential as did the members of the
. .. .,
"" Mambar Sautharn N. Publlihan Atiatlitlan
.. rb And that'a why President decree It was ruled Illegal to 66th Congress, which enactedthe
: ,., Nimbi Florida Frost Anaalatli. l.
? Lyndon Balnea Johnson and sell merchandise or services Volstead Act. is leglslat-
:.:: .. SUBSCRIPTION RATES his freewheeling lunatic leftist below an established price.A log litigation with Its attend-
ly Ctrrlar ., Mall lads in the Congress are little and now forgotten ant discord and strife and
: :V.., ?.'I0 I enlh.. $4.lit I month, II.ISj'
$IIJO| 4 mantk f | ; a cruel and wick. pants presser in Brooklyn attained unrest and a general break
....., la Dilly I anti Sunday, 10 ... perpetrating
._ Capltu
. ly. II canti. Slug "| tan ed hoax upon the Negro minority brief fame when be down of respect for all law.

:. y TELEPHONE CY,.... Mltl of this cation. went to Jail rather than con That'a a high price, Indeed,
To prove the point let'a turn form. He maintained he could to pay for a concept of "mor
... : the clock back to the days press pants for less than the ality", which cannot be Ie,.

: A For Today proceeding World War I. NRA minimum.His lalated but which can come
Thought A crusading gal by the case scuttled that first only from a genuine under-
name of Carrie Nation was attempt at welfare atatism standing and a universal de
stumping the nation whacking and a nation seeing him as
"Finally, brethren, whatsoever things art true, away with her hatchet at a hero, rejected the concept sire.And the time for such a

ilia whatsoever things art honest, whatsoever things art the polished mahogany ban of the morality of a controlled Utopian dream ia not yet.
of the midland saloons economy.
fust whatsoever things art pure, whatsoever things "A saloonless nation in Now today In the nation's

are lovely, whatsoever things art of good report; if 1920" was the battle cry of capital, the U. S. Senate la AmericanHisfory
a militant group that was successful engaged in another morality
there bs any virtue, and if there bt any praise, thinkon In obtaining passageof battle. This time civil rights

these things Phil. 4:8 I Constitutional amend. is the issue.
ment forever barring the manufacture To support the efforts of MonthToday
"Lovely" means amiable. Nothing so tends to In. chapter of the National Honor sale and consump the vote-hungry liberals in the

jure the cause of religion as a short temper and a faultfinding Society which sponsored the ties of Demon Rum. Congress a new crop of professional

disposition on the part of those who profess! It. -- contest There was great rejoicing bleedlnghearta If a good time to call
The Business and Profession over the "Noble Experiment" both white and black-are
to mind the most brilliant battle
-Dr. Albert L. Carnett Around
as the United States went picketing projects marchingon
al Women's Club will sponsoran down of the war between Mexico
Washington, lying
County Easter Parade Fashion dry.The exaltation was abort in city streets and in pub and the United States, fought '

News-Chief Editorials Polk ,, Show March S at the Woman'i lived however lie buildings.And I at Buena Vista a small aettle- ,
Clubhouse.The The locks on the doors of In all probsbDty: they I ment on the San Juan River. ,
formation of s new youth "Sloppy Joes" and ..MIk.'." will prevail and when they do The battle ended in complete .
.. organization known as the Interact and the "Buckhora Saloon" the civil rights act win be- victory of the U.S. troops on

Just A Reminder. By THURSTON WILLIS missioners and City Manager Club of Haines City was had hardly doted before blind com law. the afternoon of Feb. 23, 1MT.
announced during the week by pigs and speakeaiys began to When It does, the Ink en General Zachary Taylor, "Old
Staff Writer Howard Burns Indicated they J. N. Law'horn, president of spring up across the land. the Ptesident'a signature will Rough and Ready", In com
after tomorrow there will be drive
one-day would attend. mind of a force of 4800 U.S.
With all the proclamationsproclaiming the Rotary Club of Haines Illicit breweries were established hardly be dry before some
. to complete the United Fund and American Red Cross this week a special The National Tower Shuffleboard City. in abandoned ware. little pants presser some soldiers had occupied strong

Drive in Winter Haven. It is expected that the amountof week of some kind we're Inclined Tournament got under. bouses. Alcohol cookers were small town druggist, some positions on the Slat, awaiting

$146,434 will be raised in that short period of time. to think that a week way here Friday and will con BARTOW-Mayor It Cecil operated In city tenementsand shop keeper or some drive- an attack by General Santa
Anna with
should be set aside aa "Just tinue through today. An annual Moore) bas said that funds fora in the bills and swamp In operator will step forwardto 20,000 Mexican
This will have to be split ,up many ways in order another week. event for almost! 30 years, the new civic center would be lands of the back country. test the act. troops. Following his defeat.!

to fill the requests of the various agencies. By majcing Unfortunately, this would have event attracts hundreds of play. Included in the budget for next The Volstead Act became And be will not be alone. Santa Anna retreated. soutM

only one donation the donor finds that he will/ not only to be called "a non.proclaimed ers' from throughout Florida. year The city budgeted funds a joke-a Joke shared by Park Across the nation others, ward.The loss of this baffle weak j
week" and a proclamationissued As estimated 100 teams en last year for a civic center Avenue and Skid Row- a countless of thousands of others
complete a duty to his community but save his personal declaring the week as tered the contest. but didn't spend them when Joke that make enforcement who believe that individual ened the Mexicans and contrW

time, that of scores of his fellow citizens and probablysave a "non proclaimed week." When the New York World's a controversy developed over of the law all but impossi rights cannot be legislated Wlnfleld buted to the success of General

himself (come money. It is rather difficult to keepup Fair opens on April 23, Lake the aite.City I against, will rise up Scott's campaign m
ble.Admittedly which be took Mexico City'
with the terrific pace. Wales will have a striking representation commissioners joinedthe agents made. beside him.Undoubtedly.
to most of the work Although the United States
Up has
now background been
We've observed "Canine Week, In s large replicaof local junior chamber of countless arrests. Plush l arrests will be
=*done by those who were willing to spend untold hours "Be Kind to Animals, Week," the Singing Tower, which commerce In a voter registration !' speakeasy were raided. Stills made. Some will go to jail, was agreed the to victor pay in Mexico this war 19 ,million we.

="'worrying over many details. This is necessary for a "Feline Week." "Boy Scout will be the focal point of the campaign which will begin were axed bootleggers and but there will be DO surrender.The dollars for the land ceded
Week" etc., and the year is Florida exhibit's Polk County next week. The city commissioners still operators were mowed in
= successful drive. Their final objective is to bring this courts a matter of to ua. It Included Texas, New
:: still young.A booth. joined the mad rush down by zealous agents. But days will be clogged In a Mexico. California and much
; great quantity of money into an agency that is oper- week away from a special for proclaiming I a week for the Joke continued and grew few weeka or a few months, of what is now Nevada; Utah
iatecl: by our fellow citizens and will dispense the money week night turn out to be HAINES CITY-E. L. Pana- Something. Theirs" will be "" more hilarious with each passIng depending upon the enthuil- Arizona, Colorado and Wyoming. .
rather enjoyable.Paul vas, 38, has been appointed er registration week." The com year. and I
Z: "for the purposes stated. If a donor wants his money togo ama industry of Attorney .
!' city recreation director replacing missioners are a little alarm Finally the people of the General Bobby Kennedyand
only to one agency such as the Red Cross or Girl Peuilio the exotlcal Jack Miller who resignedto ed at the apathy of some of then 48 states grew tired of Co., there will be no DINE WITH SKELETON

Scouts, he can so specify and it will be done. No mat..fir food man recently lodged a accept s similar post In the voters. laughing. They repealed the room on the dockets of any BROMLEY, England (UPI)-

what, when you are asked to contribute, do so with complaint with us. He said that Titusville. law that only a few observed. federal or state court for any Ravensbourne Art College students
the recent story on his plans Mlis GIner Wall 17, has been SUSPENDS SENTENCE But repeal did not come case not directly connectedwith protesting the quality and
the knowledge that your fellowman is doing: the same to open a restaurant has obscured named Miss Haines City High PITTSBURGH (UPI)-Judge until after the courts of the civil rights. price of meals took a skeleton

< and that your combined efforts make it possible for our his fame as a master School for 1964. A senior she James W. Cullen convictedMrs. nation, from the magistratecourt And there will be no way Into their canteen at lunchtime

L. .SJ'y.to be a leader in meeting its varied community electrician. "All the people can Is vice president of the local Helen Irwin of suburban In Podunk to the high of breaking the logjam. Each Friday.
remember la that I couldn't Me Kees Rocks Friday of bee
Obligations.j z. remember what s potato was," CAN'T BEAT SYSTEM big a common scold in a
I Paul said. MILWAUKEE WIs. (UPI) jury trial. lIoa'l

Well Paul Is probably the Richard Lawrence 40, has The judge told Mrs. .
: A Barrage only driver who ever had a found that you can't beat the would suspend aentence on con. Florida Citrus ExpositionCORONATION

telephone pot run Into his car. system dition she get along with her
:. This past week saw practically all of the candidates Paul said he was sitting In He was locked in fall for neighbor Mrs. Helen! Smith.

- for public office making their announcements. his parked car when this pole' four hours when he was unableto Mrs. Smith accused Mrs. Irwln
I cam along and WHAMMEDInto pay an ill parking ticket. of nagging and cursing her continually .
. It was a barrage. As we read each, we were convinced him. He's had quit a He received another parking about differences between

t that everyone of them was an ideal candidate. Over time convincing the Insurance ticket while he was locked up. their aons. BALL

j: J Fee years we have also learned how to spot the phony. company that it actually hap.

* "Jt doesn't always show immediately, but sooner or later pened.
Paul purchased the car from
true colors emerge and the candidate finds himself a minister who only put 20. DIAL WSIR Program 1490 WEDNESDAY MARCH 11th 9:30 P.M.1:30
i :lout of the running as the voter catches on. There must 000 miles on the car. lie only : : A.M.

- ;:be more than Just sincerity. Today, the candidate must drove the ear from his houseto sUNDAY 1 011 Goal Mnmln
sides Morn f 10 Mutual Nswse:6 '
church (on opposite
:: save some knowledge of how the office he is seeking. : Sign On a 35 na, Nsws A Marble
and to visit the MAYO
of the street) 7:00: Mutual N_. 140 Good M.mlne NORA AUDITORIUM
:.::*\pnp ions. Long ago office holding stopped being the sick. Paul said the car was t 06 M..lo from Mutual 7 00 Mutual 1'1n -.

?"}:end result of a popularity contest. sicker than any member of the : Slck Mutual. C Bout-ta Nsws. Program 7 7:06:16 Good Flahonr Mornong Real
M!** Those for minister's congregation. "That a 00 1'1.' .. lIudllllo. 710 Good IInmllll
running office often
out that their has been nothing but trou 06 Church Bulletin Bout Salo Mutual New.t:16 .

.. :factual l qualifications can't measure up to the Job. They ble ear since the first day I got :: Lak.C.ntrul lIorlo"Church Slpllot 01 Christ 716 710 Good I'la. N.Morning.. C W.atheram Public is Invited on a First Come First Serve

S. ;find; that there is much more than Just slapping the it," Paul aald. "He found a a 00 Ood' 1I..r. 'M Morning Ipnrtl Inlow
0.10 Mutual News a 00 Mutual News
:.*ester on the back. They find out that the voter is get- sucker and pursued" me until '.38 Bay It Wllh MUlIG t 01 Morning News Rnundllf
I bought the car be added 10,00 News' Hoadlln.s 190: II.... Tom Ha"aI Basis. Formal!
1: *;jnr! more and more serious for it's costing too much According to Paul he was fol. 10:01: Malls Min. MUlIa 110 Mutual 1'1.' ..
to have drone in office. This Into bars until the deal 10:10:: All Star Ih.1e a 35 Good Mornllll
money a attitude is help3&g lowed 11:00: Church I.nole.. 40 You Florida Garden
:. | elect much better office holders. They realize that was consummated. 1:8': Tima II.a'' 116 Gonet Morning
12:00 Mutual News' I M Lake Rtrlo" TsilarAn.rnsoe
" they: must be willing to go an extra mile, do their Jobs 100 Mutual Nwe'
LAKELAND-The city commission
lI'OS Florida New. t 011 Good Morning Tables
Limit 300 couples. seat 18
much better and be more competent or they are turned did a turnabout during 11:10: Lawr.ncs W.III .10 Mutual 1'1.' .. :
the week and sought $300- 13lo: ria. and World 1'1.' ., 116 Mutual Marie
,out, ,American politics are interesting; as citizens we 12:38: Mu.1o for Relaxing 1000 Mutual' New' persons. Parties suggested.Cost .
000 from the Federal Government 1:00: Hour of DoeI.IOII 10 011 Dirk Eyrich Show
;.should pay more attention to our politics and to what for three ewer projects.In I:. Lutheran Hour 1010 Mutual' Nsws
'ij 14 happening. the took I 00 Nt. Headlines tO 35 Tick Eylch Show
Auguat 1963. city
1 Of Wh.t' Ths roust II 00 Mutual' New. : $5.00 per person.
action opposing any Federal 1.50 Mutual N.ws' II os f.11 Eylclt Show
e. money for city proJecta. 1.36 MUilo From The Clattleo 11 51 Mutual N...
A I 00 Fla. State U. Mute II 35 rock Enrich Show
,Enjoy i laugh. The city 1 commissioners 1 SI Mutual No' UM Time Signal
adopted a policy denying city 110 Mutual News Att.noea

"Criticism is a study by which men grow important water sewer or fire protectionto .00 116 a.m.Mutual 01:Color... U 1100 011 Farm Mutual a pc.Grove.. Jack Bailey & Jeanne Cagney Special Guests
and formidable at small customers purchasing a oa World Review 11 10 Chat with the Sharer
very expense. Samuel power from any firm 4 211 Mutual 1'1.' .. II 211 Mutual N...
Johnson! 1784. other than the city. 15 Mualo For R.I..1q U 10 La..n"c. Wslki
00 Mutual Newe 1245 Top of Ih. N... \.
The action came on the fill Mutual Muse 12 110 Today r" Flortdaa
heels of aa attempt by Tampa 30 Mutual No.. 1,00 l.atlnatl" MUI" Honoring:
.-Memories- I YEARS Ago a 35 Herald of Truth I 11 WSTlt Editorial
build lines
Electric to
Mrs. power t no Win,. M Healing 11t Obltu.rt
Van Duyne was' in competition with the city's a 30 Mutual News' I'311 Mutual 1'1.' ..
elected president of the Winter electric plant. a 38 Music For Sunda 1.16 MU'lo From Ths 0-11II Her The Florida Citrus Queen
20 YEARS AGO 7 00 Mutual Ne.s I so Mutual Ih.. Majesty
Haven Pilot Club. Mrs. Lois Sear city commissioner 7.06 Mutual' Marie I ItS Hums a Highway ,
Mrs. Randolph Epps of Albany was honored by the 7.10 Mutual Nsws I 00 Mutual N...

,. Ga. was visiting herewith LETTERS ARRIVE EARLY Sertoma International aa the .7.16 00 6nuthids Mutual lIu.IO Btptttt I I 08 311 Hume Mutual a do.Highwa..
Miss Helen Ingersoll, and HEATH, Wales (UPI) Let. winner of the "service to mankind I 00 Mutual No. 1 sa Hom. C Highway
:'olhe/' friends. ten mailed here this week arrived award' for the State of I OS Sunday M.lodl.. 00 Mutual News Sponsored by the Winter Haven Jaycees
1 18 Guard Swoons 4 011 Home a Highway
YEARS AGO at their destination long Florida. 1.10 Mutual New' 410 Mutual N_.
10 before they were officially aent. 1'31 M.... BoJOlld the It.,. 4 35 Want 4 Job
annual Polk
The second The post office, confessing a LAKE WALES-Clty officials I II Hen's T. v..aa 4 40 Hnm. S Highway
10'00 Nt. Summary I 00 Mutual N...
Count> regional short course for new clerk had made aa errorin are planning to attend the Polk IG.OI twos Oft '.118 Sing Along "Jack 1
Music music"
and his
.;. wafer and sewage plant opera- fixing the postmark County Commission's road planning 'ONbAT 110 Mutual, New' Special by Golly

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o Cent Lock Star Confesses Witness To t I tlb'r Religion In AmericaBy I

Man's MurderCHICAGO Au LOUTS CASSELS The author '

Could Have United Press International I ament .

(UPI) -'Tra tellIng For thousands of years men believed in a
have asked what it means to '
it to God," Harold Newell point with :

Saved $$52,000 O OJCEY said "He knows about It." live They righteously have received many I; "Each!: of

Then be burled his lace la hit long-winded answers from leers to listen, .

bind and wept and "iu.Onc. I slow to be

WEST, Fla. (UPI) And so laying, Newell, 24, the in a great while, i ished first
Capt. Charles H. Griffin Jr. admitted star witness In a murder trial, teacher has managed to sum
s today a 50 cent lock for confessed that he-and not the 44 oi. up the demand of the moral "For a
Mir boat might have saved him man accused of the crime-had law In a few memorable words. promote the
a $52,000 headache killed narcotics peddler Harry The Ten Commandments, Away with
O'Connor last October which Moses transmitted to the and the
01 "I thought about putting an The development cam Justas children of Israel, represents excess, and :
Ignition lock the
on Johnny
the state was winding up 1U one of the first and best of message .
Keb when they brought those
case against Percy Nelson, 48, these summations.. But It is by which can !
Cuban here Griffin related
accused of slaying O'Connor I no means the only one In the "Only be
"but then I sort of forgot aboutIt.
scheduled witness against Nelson Bible. on
in a narcotics trial. United Nation Ambassador merely listen
Griffin' problem began the Adlal E. Stevenson once said to mislead )
night after the U.S. CoastGuard that his favorite passage of kind of
rounded up four boatloads Instant OrangeContinued Scripture was the prophet Ml- stain or .

of Cuban fishermen near cab's 25-word sermon on ethics God our .
American.owned Dry TortugasFeb. ( From Page One) : to the help :
2. those now on the markets, is to "And what does the Lord require widows la

Deny. Lee Kirby, a 22.year- be produced In the same plantagain of you, oh man, but to keep oneself
old Californian who was "fed for institutional packs .t do justice, and to love steadfastly world." ,
up with the American way of first I II' rfr y t'jetti and to walk humbly St. Paul
life," saw Griffin' 60. foot By "institutional pack" li tt with your God?" Romans, :
shrimp boat moored her and I' meant that it would not be book on
decided to steal it and go to available at retail stores. The fewer than :
originator of the new processes 26 LoveliesContinued "Let love ;
Cuba to start a new life under ,
, the Fidel Castro regime. visualit It a* being used in what Is evil

"There's nothing to stealing restaurants, hotels, hospitalsand ( From Page One) la good;
It," Griffin moaned. "Just press the like-see well a* packaging 'judged on beauty, poise, Intel. brotherly ;
both the orange and coffee ( :
the starter button and lect and personality In both another In
I crystal for use la motel formal dress and bathing suits "Never
Fidel Castro promised to return : which: provide their patron There will be DO talent compe- with the C
Griffin's boat and the
: with "coffee making" device In
shrimp fisherman was about to tlon. Rejoice
in the room usually packet
leave for Havana when the four The candidates, their age and Bent In i
Instant coffee
hair color home town and in pr.yer."Contrlbut..
I ,
boatload of Cuban poacher
and a cream substitute a* wellas
arrived In their homeland with i a wooden paddle to us* as a FOR MELON QUEEN Lee.burg's entry 'In the Flor. sponsor are a* follows: the saints
Janet Baker, IS, blonde, Urntills *- ;
charges! they had been "robbedbUnd"
spoon contest t Cypress Gardens
Ida Watermelon Queer "Bless
Jaycees: Andrea Bran,
their detention and "harassed"her. during The writer bad demonstrations today Is Jeannle Dequlne, 19-year-old ce-d at St. Peters 19, brunette, Clearwater, Jaycees you; bless
of both the
orange burg Junior College and Mill West Coast Press Photograpner : Nancy Collins, auburn, Orlando them
"I'll be damned if we're going and the coffee in his horn yesterday '
to band over that shrimp by one of those interested Queen.Tuesday. Greater Orlando Chamber "Rejoice
BOW,' laid Castro in a Havana In the deal. And both had of Commerce: Jeannie Dequlne joice, weep
broadcast monitored In Miami. the hearty approval of the It, auburn, Pinells Park, weep
United Fund
The four Cuban fishing boat whole family G-Day In City of Plnellas Park: Linda "Llvt In

ttptains, who were fined a total The plant would be highlyautomated Egland 19, brunette, South Miami another; do ::::
(Continued From Pap One) of our less fortunate citizens"The associate ;
Coral Gables Jaycees.
.f $2,000 for poaching In Florlit more or less of a
pushbutton operation. merce. Vic chairman of this I worker in the Business Michal: Flotken, 20, blonde, er be
waters told their bearded
I Personally acquainted, for committee U Arnold Silvert I Division, beaded by Carlton Miami, Florid Wing, Civil Air "Repay
leader at a dockside welcomingtelebration i many year up to a quarterof first vice president I of theChamber Lucius, chairman, and Walter Patrol; Linda Goldsmith, 19, but take I .
they were "robbed"of .
I of Commerce.The Coleman, co-chairman, were announced ble.
a century with the top blonde, Delta Zeta Sorority,
everything from Cuban flag I t* final I plan for the "If ..
Salvation will of
principals, who have revealed Army serve University Florida; Judith
and clothing to fish books and
utensils. to me, It can be said that thisIs the breakfast under the direction massive drive were correlated Grafton 20, blonde. Winter Haven pends upon
cooking and of Capt. William T. Whittle Their team member are: Phi Florida with all
I "We had the best inten.lions the real thing we are I Kappa Alpha,
about really going to see torn iction. after the Rev. Willis Campbell, I Ken Cummings, John Boland, Southern College, Lakeland; It was
returning the boat The process to be used la president of the Winter Haven Wayne Cochran Jack Cowan, Gloria Granger, 19, blonde, who gave
I. Castro said, "but these charges making these orange Juice crystals Ministerial Association, gives Gil Jones Earl Kinney, Potter Jacksonville, Phi Delta Delta, cinct .
(by"the captain) are intolera as well is the coffee prod. the invocation aDd the Winter Llddon, Gordon Mead, George Jacksonville University; Cheryl means to b.

) .. uct, I.1 a drastic departure from Haven High School Bind under Mullmi, Keith Ray. Johnson, 19, Tsvares, Lake- One day
Caitro'i perfidy left Griffin at the "foam mat dryer" which the direction of Roy V. Wood, Arnold Silvert Larry Burr Sumter Junior College, Lees- Him and

a loss ss to his next move. the citrus commission la loin plays for the flag-raising. Orden Craig, Jim Greenfield, burg; Carol Jaeger, 21, blonde, "Teacher, rj
"I don't know what do .
just to Install at the Lake Alfred Silvert will be master of ceremonies Don Lamerson, Doug Montgomery Coral Cables, Delta Gamma
BOW. I figured this thing was Station for Bruce Parker Jack Jesus .
Citrus Experiment and Andrew P. Ireland Sorority, University of Florida
all settled. he said, "but it trial runs president of the United Giver Shaw, Al Stevens, Bob Wolf. Carol King, II, blonde, Bar. tation: .
mire doesn't lock good now" The development of the new Fund, will Introduce the keynote Dungan Kaylor, Beverly Con tow, Pilot Club of Bartow; Dolores "You .
H* indicated he would try to orange and coffee crystals, *1. speaker. nor, Don Blazer, Joe Brandon Kirsch, 20, blonde, Lake your God I
settle the matter through the though with local connection. William L. Rainy, chairmanof Charles Deming, John Mitchell: Mary, Winter Park Chamber of and with all
Plate Department and Swiss has been one of the best kept the 1964 campaign, will give Bobby McKown: Ken Schuli, Commerce; Carol Kendall IS, all your
'!'Embassy In Washington who Arthur Stewart, Gene Thompson and first
secret in the industry the volunteer their instructions. brunette, P a 1 a t k a, Florida
Mriginally helped him negotiate More detail of the operationwill William VanClief, Jr. Crown Council Chamber 01 "And a
Joe the return of his boat within few Lewis Wright, Jeff Gaines You shall
be available a The live banks in the Lake
Commerce Jo Nes Love, 20.
Cmdr. H. V. Gibson, the chief day to two week and may Region area lie sponsoring the Cliff Scott George Partln, Jr., Gainesville,; Business & Professional a* yourself
law enforcement officer for the even be publicly demonstratedat two breakfast and the dinner.These Hughes Steele, Bob Webb, Ed Woman's Club, Gaines.yule "On SELLERS'I
tat Conservation Board, the Florida Citrus Exposi are: American National Crawford Don MacDonald, Jr., Theresa Mailhot 19, brunette ments (
called the robbery charges "a tion' "Governor's and Agricultural Bank in Winter Haven, Bank of Miss Marsha Dayton Bill Monies ;, St. Petersburg, Greater the e
falsehood"He luncheon here Miss Carroll Taylor, Mill
complete Day" Lake Alfred, Exchange National St. Petersburg Chamber of .
said the only items that March 13, although this depends Bank of Winter Haven, Lake Carolyn Thrower. Commerce Theresa Marsh 21
bad to be taken from the four on the speed with which the op- Region Bank of Commerce in Paul Whldden, Miss Mary ; .
blonde Homestead Circle K.
boat were four kegs of wine grating company can be chartered Winter Haven, and People Whiled Alton Fell, Bob Martin,
Miami Junior
and a supply of fresh fruit and and enough product Bank of Auburndale. Otis Boatwright, Fred Duck Fraternity, Col.

vegetable turned out. Assisting In the compilationof worth, Rev. Mstheny, Jim Reel, Icge. I
report throughout the day L. F. McIntosh, H. C. Wimberly Sarah Miles, 20, blonde, Tallahassee
Mon Chlpola Junior College
will be Mrs. Joan B. Johnson Odessa Paulo, Evelyn
head teller at American National roe, Leslie Nunn, and J. D. Marlanna; Joyce Morrill,
19, brunette, Coral Gables, Lambda .
Bank, and Cecil Fulti, C.trett A e'r.lw.1
Chi of
Alpha University
9.twr/Pi:9: comptroller of Exchange National Voor lx*.l
THE LIGHTEST..THE SLIMMESTTHE Bank Helping tabulate Million Miami; Carol Patton, 19, brunette mid* H,dic I
MOST COMPACT ADMIRAL EVER BUILTIIt&AtLVI will be J. D. Smith Jr, directorof St. Petersburg, City News "
Bureau of St. Petersburg; Ad.
the Polk Association
(Continued From Page One) (
for retarded children and his rlnne Ssuve 19, blonde, Brad-
staff assistant, Mr. Margaret morning on a West Side street enton DeSoto Celebration Inc, What I
Hogue. corner sad Arlztl and Prado- Bradenton: Lana Slonlger, IS, meat then \
The Ministerial Association Bolland were picked up at a brunette St. Petersburg, Tourist seldom are

will join in the campaign as faslonable midtown hotel. & Convention Bureau, St. Pet of beefsteak I
There was additional delay! of ersburg. beefsteak u
pastors make aa appeal from
their pulpit today, the announcement until the Carol Stevens, 19. brunette, of a any ko eye d
The appeal is: Mexican ambassador's Identity Winter Haven Exchange: National of cotton or '
"Th annual one-day campaign could be verified in view of Bank of Winter Haven; in cold
of the United Giver President Johnson' meeting In I Margaret Tucker: IS, brunette, discolored
Fund-Red Cross Campaign of Los Angeles with Mexican Pinellas Park Greater Plnellas every hour
first aid
Lake Region which supports the President Adolfo Lopes Msteos. Park Chamber of Commerce;
worthwhile program of our IS The three defendants were Mary Turnbach, 19, auburn, compress deep
health and welfare agencieswill charged with conspiring illegally Jacksonville, Jacksonville University aged rye
be held this year on Tues to transport, receive and sell ; and Suzanne Warner, In
day. May w* let our heart heroin. IS, red brown, St. Petersburg, I I. not the I
dictate the measure of our support If convicted they could get a Junior College of St. Peters- pen, for,", |
i which, through the United maximum of 20 year in prison burg the cauie eye
Fund, goes to meet the need and a $20,000 fine. An Exposition official said, through the
I IIT "W received potential entries with
t from every section of the state the retina.

and It Is physically Impossible Ing blindness of the, ,

to handle any more than the leg or .
GRANTS number w* finally elected for separation :
many reasons, including our de. adhere to ,
sire to hold the contest to one Surgery i: !
night and expedite the selectionas retina calls
ation. One e
much a* possible. ,repair In ( ;
While the queen and her four tiny needles ,
Needs An Experienced maids of honor will be namedon coats ol ; : : [
Monday night and Introducedto vicinity, of
the audience, the formal ceremonial When the
14.000 VOlTS t Of PmRE P'JWI an electrical ,
APPLIANCE SALESMAN crowning of the queen
PUTKATI It* to each
MORE POWER PER Stvfld'*vi front Afftll V will be a feature of the Coronation induced
tp"hr. Untf MMMMt ... Ball on Wednesday night this scar

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tack. Hall with tickets available on
ANY OTHER TVI W"III" Vacation With Pay I a "long.as.(00.last" baste The vision If, alter ii lu a

ONLY Winter Haven Junior Chamberof or painful,
Discounts On Purchases Commerce Is the official should be
sponsoring organization of this I ly to help

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PALM DESERT Call arm around Lopes Mateos, then
Nabbed Minutes (UPI) Former President extending his band to Johnson

r'3lt .. .... Dwight D, Eisenhower Friday "You've had quite a busy day
'" .
; night entertained a couple of today, haven't you" General
After Hold UpFORT .iw- old friends-President Johnsonof Eisenhower said to Johnson.
: the United States and President After taking his two visitorson

J :: I. '. j Adolfo Lopes Mateos at a brief tour of his residence,
WAYNE, Ind (UPDFami )- his winter residence.The Eisenhower recalled with them
was fickle for a daring meeting with Eisenhower some of their visits together lathe
; .\ i at Acapulco .
/ ; past particularly
young bandit who chattered j II !II was described aa "most cor and Washington They
constantly Into a "walkJe.talk dial," but no press statementwas sat at the fireplace with drinks
ie" Friday night while he l Issued because of the Informality and canapes.
pullet off Indiana biggest bank 1/ of the minute visit. Eisenhower Jocularly Invited
robbfry since the days of John The former President met the Lopes Mateos, who leaves of.
two heads of state outside his flee next Dec 1, to "Join the
Dilihrer. $173000 cottage on the 11th ranks of the Jobless" In the
Th* masked bandit, Identifiedby Fairway at El Dorado Country Southern California desert resort
pfflice! at Larry Joe Chamberlain Club golf course, putting his country
23, was seized with his

afterOhe holdup.Chtmberlaln 78.voice Winter Haven scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. umbla University, Washington I In March, the chorus plansto The chorus Is 22 years old Tampa Wholesale Plumbing: & Supply
dropped a tack High School Mixed Chorus un Walker is known at both a and Lee University, and Col participate In the district and was organized by the present Of Winter Haven
of cash, his sawed-off shotgun, composer and director He re umbia University, Walker took band director Roy V. Wood. for
der the direction of Millard chorus contest in Tampa and Headquarters -All Types Pipes, Valves & Fittings
cently hat completed a composition over the Winter Haven High The Men's Chapter of the
a revolver and his alkie talk Walker la scheduled to perform hopes to go to the state contest CRANE INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTOR
for "Let Us School Chorus church will have special
publication two as
years ago AIM ,
a Compl.t. Slock of Pump. ,
ie" only a few feet from the Tuesday at the First Preabyerian Now Praise Famous Men." coming here for Coral Gables In Daytona Beach scheduled guests the First Presbyterian Meeh.nlaA 'Industrial' Suppllti Plumbing
doorof, the East State Street Church, beginning at Having studied at Bard, Col High School. for April I II Church Choir, WHOLESALE ONLY DAILY DELIVERIES
branch of the Indiana Bank and 7:30 p.m. 4th Sr t Ave. L, N.W..es Ltd Sliver beMsd Lets I,.,. RMltort
The chorus will feature such CALL COLLECT 294-4247 WINTER HAVENI301V1E
Trust Co. numbers "Gloria In Excel I offers of Jan bands and vaude
as Life Of Christ In I Music Set
Police pounced on him and sis," arranged by Martin Shaw; U. S. Russia vllle troupes.
haul*) him away to Jail wherehe "Salvation is Created" by P. The most frivolous entertain.
via* held on a preliminary schensnokoff; "The Stars are ment they were willing to accept .
of armed robbery under With The Voyager," from the
charge At First Presbyterian ChurchBy
the show
Student was skating ,
$25,o o bond.ChJmberlain. poem by Thomas Hood with) Sign .
married and music by Houston Bright; and the exchange will consist mostly
the (father of two children told the Negro Spirituals, "He's Got. WELLS F. IIARVEY the reading Is complementary of music and dance groups
polio he "needed the money" The Whole World In His Hands' "The Life of Christ in Grand to the musical form. The read. The Oberlin College Choir,
D e O II t. hit "walkle,talkie," arranged by Roy Rmgwald and Opera" might well be the till er will be the Rev James Exchange Plan the Cleveland Symphony Or.
Chamberlain laid he conductedthe "Ride The Chariot. Blackwood, the pastor, who chestra and the Pro Musical
of the concert which will be
The choral will fol- originated the and is the
.robbery without accomplice program plan Chamber Orchestra will tour
!. low the Men's Chapter supper, given at the First Presbyterian producer and adapter, with Rob. MOSCOW (UPD-The) United Russia The Russians will send a
Chruch at 4:30: today. ert C. Branson and Virginia States and Russia signed a two. the Moscow Philharmonic, a YOU'LL ENJOY A SENSE
The production has most 01 Starnes Davidson as associate year cultural agreement Saturday touring troupe from the MoscowArt OF BELONGING TO
the elements of opera. It hu producers.The providing for exchanges of Theater, Leningrad Kirov YOUR COMMUNITY
concert will be given by students, teachers, scientists, Ballet and a variety of other y a ..
great music, work of 20 of lead. Pl iur prUt and security In.
r Ing classic and modern composers S3 participating musicians, Including technicians, musicians and other I dance groups to the United r- tr.ti. whtti you b.cem. 0 pan
wind instruments play. States. .
entertainers .f t community through hem
It Is dramatic, with a ed by members of the Pops The agreement fourth of Its ', ovnirih p. And, y.u'li make
story which progresses from the orchestra. Of these I quartet kind since 1958 was hammeredout EX.DRIVER CHANGES AGE wonoVful Uitn, rbndrhips
babyhood of Christ through his will accompany the congregational In 46 days of negotiation. It MANKATO, Minn (UPI) with your nolghbon
singing of the French represented a slight expansionof James Trickel, 34, was driven OPIN HOUSII
ministry to his death and res carol, "Angels We Have Heardon previous exchange programs. home by his understanding 39- to S PM Dally
urrectlon It varies from the High" and a quintet will U.S. Ambassador Foy' DKohlrr year-old fiancee Friday after
accepted form of musical drama play the Interlude at the con and foreign cultural being fined $50 for changing
only In the reading of very elusion of the second act Bee chief Sergei K. Romanovsky the birth date on his drivers I QUALITY MATERIALS Sun Acres
thoven's Adagio 71. license FEATURED IN ALL
brief portions of scripture, eachof Opus signed the agreement In public
The program has been designed ceremonies here. "I didn't want her to know I SUN ACRES HOMES Old Winter Haven.Laktlantf M
which Is the key to the ac by Rev. Blackwood as American sources said the was so young or she might not FROM etato Route loll
lion which follows. Christian worship emphasizing Russians Insisted on a strictly have married me," Trickel told Villa Lumber Dtvtlepid by
The production has dramatic the theme, "Jesus Christ is longhair approach to entertain. the Judge who suspended II DAN WINless r
form, with a prologue which Lord." ment exchanges, vetoing US Trickel license.

s announces the theme three acts
and an epilogue. The drama
reaches Its climax In the second .
act, "His Life and Minis

try" The real, conclusion Is Beginning Tomorrow )
the choosing of the disciples, *
set forth In the drama by
Bach t music to the words r ;; :
"Come, Follow Me," by divine '
power, sounded In Cains highly ;
dramatic "In the Night
Christ Came Walking," In the ALL
still small I voice through
Brahms' "Thou Art the Way
While the reading of scrlp- 1
: ture: may appear to be a variation
WINNER'S NAME-Louis Rickett, left, of Tampa from the accepted formof
drew the name of Mrs Letter E, Penny out of the box forth drama, in this production
.r$200 worth of merchandise offered by Tries Casual
Town during the grand opening of the Central Ave. store Full Bank Services
O. C.: Trice, owner of the new ladies shop, made the House Picture
presentation to Mrs. Penny To Be Taken

.Idtlta f6..
louse will sit for Its picture
MUFFLERSLIFETIME next Tuesday, right after members -
put their final endorsement .
on the (11.S billion tax cut

:4 GUARANTEED bill.The color photograph will be ( No More One O'clock Deadline Rush!) r

t MUFFLERS and TAIL PIPES published In the next edition of

I INSTALLATION FREE --15-Minute Service the guidebook Issued recently by I ik .'
the Capitol Historical Society, '*
imperial Discount Center The guidebook's first edition '," .
aOS'leveedale Clod' Ose I A.M. te I P M. It).Ot41iVt had a rare picture of the Sen '....t.
:.: :: Mlles West of .UmliiMrk Motor Ledge ate In session but none of the '
House with the except Senate.In Joint session YES Beginning Monday Feb. 24th Your Friendly ,j'
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and it came Just at the end of I

Juvenile JudgeToTalkToPTA The Citrus SceneBy the meeting to there was not I It. '

a lot of discussion. But I re 836 Slxh St., NW

mind my readers when Latt

JACK GURNETT Maxcy of Frostproof, then a SUN thru WED. .

The Florid Cures Reporter member of the Florida Citrus .I .

Judge Boydon Runt Polk been sold the Idea the Expo I Commission, first proposed what
(Continued From Page One) on
I turned out to be Florida Citrus
County Juvenile court Judge,
sition can help the growers by
will( speak!: In the junior high The Exposition ia definitelyNOT picturing the citrus industry and Mutual, this was at the tallend

school auditorium at Lake Alfred has a local "fair", and todayit its products. I of a meeting and little discussion
more industry-wide recognition
Tuesday at I p.m. at the Personally, since the free gate
than ever before. This I I that day, but big things esSAlL1E
PTA meeting.He ,
know was adopted a few years bark
because 1 have been followed.
will diicuii his exper- number of
I believe the actual
lencei with the young peopleof present at every Commission. people the majority of them I DON'T ASK 'INFLUENCE"This
meeting at which the Exposition
today. A question and answer I from out of town and out -ofI writer, from personal experience
-or the Orange Festival-I
period will follow. has asked for aid in bringing a I state, estimated to have attended I knows that some people
I All parents are urged to attend has been
the annual show on
radio or TV show here for the I in this area believe Individual
by Mrs. Maurice Patrick, the low and conservative aide .
week of the show. I have been "Influence" could be a "
PTA president The meeting I
i by some 23 to 35 percent.
privileged to bear the
Is to the public. factor In selecting contestants
open and discussions aroundthe So, comes the question, "why '
Boy Scout Troop 134, numbering I' the Citrus Exposition?" the for the "Queen For A Day" I
commission table and 1
30 youths, will attend I answer is simple every commodity show here the week of March ..
have close
with their scoutmaster, Kenneth squeaks seen between some pretty"yes" and"no" needs a "showcase",I I Here Is the procedure that' "SU R FINE"
McCutcheon, following a used for selecting contestant "CHEF"
whether it be Iron coal apples,
In the final the
voting on I
Court of Honor at T p.m. oranges, grapefruit or what our Information Is that it U EYAPORATEDFROZEN p

A brief business meeting by they appropriation have been far many from unanimous. Tears have you and right here In ,' never changed or altered, DO
the PTA will precede the ad. Winter Haven we provide that matter what the situation: MILK
dress, and refreshments will be showcase for all Florida citrus. I Each person entering the Nora -
But let's take the 1964 Exposition' -
served at its close. One prominent and influential Mayo auditorium will have a WAFFLES
request for aid In bringing
and this
I commission numbered ticket on
here member of the citrus
"Queen For A Day"
LAKE ALFREDMrs. week I ticket will be space for the person
told me this past :
for the of five showswhich
Maurice Patrick of will be nationally broad. "There Is no limit to the growth to finish this paragraph. "I 1
George Road, In celebrationof in of the Citrus Exposition,' if the would like to be "Queen For ADay" TAU:
cast over ABC. One thing I "
her husband's birthday, was favor of the "Queen" recom proper facilities are provided because .. ... .
hostess of six couplet for bridge for it." And we believe him. What Is said in this available "'
mendation that the PKG OF
a Friday evening in their home. was commission I.1 space Is the only Influence. CAN ?
months has
for several ,
I been two or buying three time times on a the week.show I. "PUT Last,CITRUS week, young MONEY, personable BICK" staffers During sort the through warm up the"Queen"ticket 6 !!!!!!!

FLORIDA and pick the five contestants for
But instead of all the discussion and brainy Jesse Parrish, Jr.,
SOUTHERN about "that Winter Haven of Tltusville, a member of Florida that particular day there aN ? ILIMITi I WITH YOUR U OR rF
COLLEGE I Citrus Mutual's board of i never any prior arrangement N.IASI
fair", there was an unprecedent. I MOM FOOD ORDER,
Vagabonds present rd action the commission directors threw out an Idea for or even suggestions. In fact
the Winter agreed that If and when "QueenFor I the consideration of his fellow one way to kill your chance of I
the show is to try
: getting on
members that just talke
Repertory A
or any
1 and use "Influence", 1 am told.
hold like wildfire or fizzle out
suitable show for that matter,
like wet firecracker.My Selections are made by ticket 'M THRIFTY
CURTAIN TIME I PM would agree to come here, Gen a QUICK
n..... *.h. 27tk eral Manager Homer Hooks personal bet Is on the number and not by name. BLUE SEAL

"THI HAPPIEST DAYS could poll the commission members former, because I ?know work I SOLIDOLEO
OF YOUR LIFE" has already started on it and JIFFY
by telephone for their OK.
.... 2ltk
M. plane will be ready at the March Dr. Speronis
"THE GLASS MENAGERIE" He did and it war unanimous. *t
s.,., M. it Then last meeting the commission meeting of the Mutual board.
"A DOLL'S HOUSE"Aloha formalized the action witha He suggested a memorial research

11, Students It* record vote again unanimous. foundation be set up to At
Florida Southern atudinto provide funds for special studieson To Speak

..'... Now in this wrlter'i mind new and Improved productsto r
Far ftaiorvatlonaP I
MISSMTlektta this means the Exposition help the citrus industry '
Ali Avallablt board, headed by Willard Roe and Bob Rutledge general manager
At Dear of Mutual told me yesterday Pilot' Meeting
of Winter Haven, and Its management -
nITCHI.THIATII.IN.THI.IOUND. and that la Bob East. "we will have a plan for a 2.OL

AUDITORIUM man, have the confidence of the nonprofit foundation let up and Dr. Stephen T. Speronls, wen
ready for approval at the March EACH
citrus commission which has
meeting of Mutual." known news. analyst_ and! educator c4"SEALED
-- -: is scheduled to M me

. . . . huge Jesse's fortunes thinking have It been this: made Man, speaker Monday night at the YOUR II OR .

some of them right here In Winter Pilot Club of Winter Haven'smeeting fllASI.! ,
: WANTED at the Park Restaurant -
, : Haven and many, many
more In Polk county, out of citrus l
Dr. Speronls' topic win be
so why not encourage the
: MEN WOMEN wealthy to plow some of It back "The Role of LeadershIp in the p
Free Enterprise Society", SWEET"
Into improving the Industry -
I from peep 11 t. 12. Prepare LI".I" service, h.lps theu"d. which they helped to build? And A resident of Tampa, his major ,
now' r., U.I. Civil *. far thaia tooto ovorppon and
propara field la Russian history PROZINLEMONADE
,. i in this ..rv'r/: / : yo'r. It it onp of tho larpoot, I without federal or state "red
Otis ...it 1| ",""th.. and eldest, prlvitny iwnodOava tape." politics, but has also studied
"mint positions oohoolo of Its kind end !le not the history and politics of other e
pay a
This could be done under immediate -
... Connected with the oovtrnThoy -
Mph a sae 00 a month to .C. AsIa, PORK CHOPS
countries in Europe
prevld. mutts proiUr 10"unt. donations bequests,
eurli y hart prlvata amploymont: its rfttf 'Information on 0.". trusts, and the like. and the Americas as well as (or) LIMEADE
and eollonl opportunity for arnment j.b, |Inoludinp! ot the world In general.He .
*"*".onjont. Many poa'tlona' ,0ltiaM I and aalarlao, "111., I And, one of the most Important Z
ro..ul.. I. or opoclaluod. .ouoon and moll ot onto part la this: It could furnish is presently vice-president
.dueetle..r p.....1'"... TODAY. You will olio, pot full UOut
... ,... to 10, full scholar of the Office of University/ of
t. lot pnt of th... Job., dotollo now you can say up (
you must 'paio I toot. The oom pare youroolf for thtio toota.potlt I ships for young men who wantto Development.In 6.0%.
I la koon Pnd In oomo Dent d.l.c i ACT NOW addition to his many
major In citrus culture or
.nl out if flyp
tno ps.I
us.e : '' _ _ any allied field. studies Dr. Speroni I II the Be 59 cAN
And lawyers tell me the federal resident news analyst for
LINCOLN SIRVICE, DP*. IP tax structure is favorableto WFLA Television and Radio, )

rekli? lllla.li such immediate donationsand Tampa, a member of the NBC ;
I I am .ry musk ,",....to", Pies, lend. mo aaioluMy FREE I bequests.I news staff, and an active par. <
IDA Hit pf U. S. Gevernmenl pailtlant and lalarlpit 121 Mar.aatlpp. I asked if the foundation was I ticipant In Radio Free Europe.
haw I far U. S. vavamniant JOP.Namo. .
I an ta qualify to have a name end Rutledge The program Is in charge of ILiMtTt 1 O/ YOUR CHOICE.)

....................................... 1.,..r..r.. 'told me he saw it as simply the the Safety committee consistingof

Skoal.................,?,....... P..e.. ........,.. 1 "Florida Citrus Research Foundation Miss Sara Bernt, chairman; "
Mrs. Alice R. Brown, Mrs. D. FRESH 1007.
but admitted an Indi.vidual I
City................................ $,a,............... 1 or family name prefaceto II. Cornell I. Miss Lucy Stephenson SWEET PURE"u o'

. . . . that title could be "bought"with Miss Florence Wilson, and MR. GIV
a sizeable donation or bequest Mrs. Giles 0. Van Duyne, vice- GROUND

ARTICLES FOR SALE but that It would haveto chairman. FROZEN
be In the six figures, If not World Freedom will be the ', '
seven. theme carried out In decorations POTATOES FRENCHFRIES

Parrlsh In making this proposal and arrangements for the BEEF b
was entirely sincere entire program.


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.Boy' I.Per1orme4 teen
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15.Odder U.DiUleult like 11.Bllhop'.
17.Tar apart 15.Free part beaddrert
1.Cover' 1$.Cherished 33.Colliers ".,.
SO.Extra animal M. r4LGlaclo "KRAFT"
ADS UNDER THIS SERVICE RUN 15 DAYS 21.Highest 2LPo.aealve ceptaclee mow field Crisp Western'
card a4.Mon ul. /1 Let fart
22.Kind 01 25.L"OUA frequent 46.aelt SALADMUSTARD
FOR $1.00 FOR IS WORD AD cheap
24 Greek I 1 J" S" 1 8 CARROTS. PKG

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1. h.. Per nip. a two re the .. Ne Mete N. Cberea 54.33.Upper Enemy limb T ,i 1'1 I>> f 50 EXTRA "AJAX ALLPURfOSrLIQUID ( 6 oZ

MlneefSIIef .lees .,. 39: High. priest WIt satin. A j jWith
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iah AL ,. Ads mutt be brent k tat. .ThaeonrK J.S li 4i I OLEO

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45.Build 4ro) I'W 44 IU Thru WSO, rue H

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homamarfp Jalllaa. Joe PIGEON Bur 1 po* atralihtwhltaa L Kind of cup LIE : I I)
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< rifponi. Me aploco/ or 1 pen trap. CT 4-3MO: at.nlnia. I SWIRL CAKE TOILETTISSUE I

twp for .Tie 721 lark. it.. NW. _,.. 79c
Phone CY S-TTSl. Billy Platchor.XUMafAOI HAMSTER t fcmaJaa. 1 e'". "AIR' DIODORIZIR"
Braadlnf cage and smart cage I
aAi M:: Antique tflinoo tun whet. IT.00. CT 4-38M: ... > GOSPEL MEETING crap." Deed .t "TH"I'TWAV"
chair LadlM eutlilnf t-lli .. Only Th.u WID", ile. FLORIENT
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able cow. S6S 00 pew ,.,..,. for load. Takes Una pltuna. .. 34th ST NW WINTER HAVEN I? SO EXTRA CAN REG,
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S*00. CT p m.M PS 00. Including Brawala I With Coupon AI
Tub. Camera CT M30t the purehaee of ROIL
deetric.11UJtall ..-..... I ; / 1
Good atIltle. Feb. 23 through Febe 28 \ eexh pee. ef -ILIACH PACKITS"ACnON
PI 00. 2H1 LARGE Tomato punt BOW ready

-n. for .... H. C. MtRPHT.: Lake Nitelr" at 730; Except Sender at ':00 P.M. : FRYER I

riUCE raetory 'I' Round MR WILLIAM H lEWIS of St.
Jt.loada" . Of Xau 4 414 u.I'IattofJII Petersburg I
Stores L.ko Lulu Drive. Caper Dead at "TH""TWAV"" .
IIIOE rackar. la axeal- Will Be The Speaker I Only" Thru WDe.. b 41c
tat condltlop, 11600. MO: wed PKG.
I BUNK: 1>0<1.. :(M park. I Dvap.Dn45.10.10 A WELCOME TO ALL TO ATTEND .l
pach. Jill Ay. A. Harbord iu, Sake AUrad. FRFUll.
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Sunday February 23 'l961r !
g8 Eight

Plan County .. use your charge account
BridgeBy ,

r r Ridge Jldl!

JOHN M. TAYLOR Water System I

folk County Duplicate Bridge Direct

Polk County duplicate bridgeplayers 18. We stayed out of troubleon With ExpertsWhen

walked away with idlsproportinately No. 19 and set our vulnerable

high share of opponents one trick In
want somethingdone
2S contract for 11 points. you
Val their
the honors at the Tampa and done right you

entine Tourney. The most Impressive Hand No.EW.20 was I an too average con seek the service of an expert. If '
ail by was / :PM/
victory was won by eerned about being vulnerablewith This is especially true when ;

Judge and Mrs. Robert Staufcr a partner who bad under you are planning your home Si'

of Winter Haven. They cap five points to chance a In the country and are making :
tured the Tllsenbllt Trophy by 211 contract on board 21 We
the for
winning the two session Open set EW two tricks at 2D for arrangements your

Pair event. Two Lakeland teams 100, but we could have made private water system.

also brought home first prize 211 for 110. That hand was Of primary concern, then, is Below:

trophies. Mn. C A. Cox and. worth only four points to us. the selection of a qualified wa Sea bland colors
Dave Thompson won the TarnHauwman We were helpless against the ter systems dealer who can 4 "
won the NonMas- excellent play of declarer on guarantee the benefits of ao t v In a Btautifully-aut thttth of ii'porb Irish IIn.". Smart
ten Pairs and Mrs. Theo No. 22. lie squeezed out an unrestricted water supply. : feihlon look that traveli Soul now North later.

Walt and Mri. C. W extra trick, and we got only In assuring that you will i Tropi roio, let Hue or viola mlit. 10 to 20 and

oa Pairs Completing the sweep, three points. My partner played have a private supply of water ,k : l ; IZYa (on'/i.'
Mrs J. P. Tyner of Plant City superbly to make INT, doubled when and where you wantIt vr 22.95

end Mrs N. E. Miller Jr. of on No. 23 for 11 points.The the pump capacity shouldbe :.r.r alga s
Winter Haven finished second opposition gave us 12 pointson determined, advises the Water
''n the Tampa Pairs, and Alex No. 24 by failing to bid Systems Council. Two important

Steinberg of Lakeland took game. We gave the next board points must be considered

sixth place in that event. to the opponents when a risky : (1) the cumber of gallons /
Doug Hall of Lakeland finished double failed to pay off NS per day, and ((2)) the peak

I third overall in the masen had spades and diamonds. demand at any one time.It ,
Pairs Mrs. Helen Kinney E.W had clubs and hearts. Our is recommended that the
nd Bill Miller of Winter Haven maximum contract appeared to minimum water requirementper

had a sectional first in be 3S. Actually we could only person per day is 50 gal ,,11 n
the Open Pairs Mr, and Mrs. make 2S When the EW team Ions However, this does not

Eric Murray of Lakeland wona went to 4C, we doubled Our allow for such "extras" as
sectional second In the Non- defense took two diamonds anda lawn sprinkling, automatic

Masters Pairs. In the Women's spade. Declarer had to guess laundry facilities and future M / 1
Pairs, Mrs. J. G. Wood of Win which way to take a finesseof water demands. Therefore a
ter Haven won a sectional third, the heart queen. She guessed more realistic basis for determining

Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Tom right. we got V4 point. your present and future ;
Bates of Lakeland took a arc We were the victims of distorted water supply) needs wouldbe
tlonal third and Mrs. Tyner', bidding on No. 26. My to figure 50 per cent above

and Mrs. Philip Trohn of Lake left hand opponent opened the the immediate requirements.In 1
sectional fourth. order to meet peak demand ,
'land won a bidding with INT even thoughhe
Mrs. Frank Stapor and Mrs.E. had a singleton diamond.His periods, the water system
F. Jukes also had a sectional partner asked for the major Installed should be capable of
fourth.In suits: and tie dei'upuin delivering at least 500 gallons i
the Mixed Pain, sectional per hour.
a 4S contract. My partner, on
thirds went to Mrs. Staporand lead, made a wrong guess and The advice and experienceof
Robert Thornhill, Mrs. a competent water systems
we didn't get our diamond ace.
Wood, and Mrs. H. G. Morris Had the bidding gone nor- dealer are the keystones for
Winter securing the most and best Ina
and Ted Ilarland, all of rally, the spade contract would
Haven. Mrs. V D. Flesher country or farm water sys
have been played by the per
and this columnist of Lake- tem. fit.r
son to my right. I would have
land won a sectional fourth. led diamond from the
a top
The recent masterpoint gameIn AK, and we would have held ;/ ]) Y1sMAbo"e
Winter Haven was won by EW to 5S. For letting them Frozen Juice M/ ,
and Mrs.
Mrs. William Dancy make six we got 4V4 points.
Bates of Lakeland and Robert .
Boards 1 and 2 were very
Thornhill and Mrs. Morris of normal We set the E.W game !
of the UpCitrus Above:
Winter Haven The first Packing
contract In spades, and E.W :
"continuous series" on Sunday made a partial In clubs. Overbidding The light classic Season (kipperImported

nights In Lakeland was won opponents and excel 2- Irish linen shapes lightlyfitted -
Mrs. Waits processors) packed ...II..ul In cotton and 1 -
by Mrs. Fancy. our ipoctator
lent defense gave us good 093,501 gallons of frozen orange ; skimmer I. wear belted or not.
and Mri. Thompson tied for Arnold triacetate. Hi ilimmmd. llnet arohighlighted
score on boards 3 and 4, We concentrate last week .
Wonderful North South faihion In now sea
second, and Robert Thornhill set 2NT doubled for 12 with 'in. little bias banding
points an increase of more than 250,
blend colon. ice blue, tropic roi*
was fourth. and got off to a good lead to 000 gallons over the previous .n yoke and pockets Hue' pink or black
As an insight Into tournament set 3NT by one trick for lOVi week. with white. 14 to 44 and 14ft +. 24'A.' .r lun yellow 10 to 20. 22.15V

play, today I'd like to I points. My partner gambled on The Florida Canners Association 14.95
review my own scorecard from some deceptive bidding on No reported today this bringsthe ,
a session in the 'recent Tam I to EW into .,,:1''' : ,.* kJ'
coax doublingher total pack for the season :1
v' i A'
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Sectional. V. D. If ,
pa Mrs. Flesh-- at 411. They did, she did, through fob. 15 to 21,753,271 f ,, 1< ? \\or '. : .' r
er. of Lakeland and I were and we got 12 points. The declarer gallons, compared to 31,121,872at I ... .. ". i. 'J
N S pair No. II in Section "D"of
guessed right finesse last /
on a the. same time year
the one session, Mixed Pairs against us on No. 6 and Movement last week was 1- I
event. We started the evening made one more trick than 144.07S gallons 916,408 In retail ,
with boards 11 and 12. The some others. We earned four sizes, and Inventory Increased
first hand was a distributional points. Hand No. T featureda to 24811.112, gallons :?tI

monster that .made 4S for very bad break In the cards' 55 per cent of a year ago.
E-W or 411 for N S. We forced for N.S. My partner had steer. Imports of frozen orange concentrate t
E-W to the 5S level and set ed us into the best contract, advanced slightly to I V ((

them one, trick._ .I. had estimated however and though we were 461.877 gallons for the season
this would be a good down one, doubled: -at 4S, we
board for us because E.W could got 6'/i points. Board No. 1 and concurrentwith (1
one session are
earn a plus score by playing4S made SS for N-S against any the major events, allowing 1 ) \1<
or setting us at 511. Unfortunately defense. It made SNt with superior participation by those who "
many NS teams
play We were In the
have neither the time, qualifications
"bought" the hand for 411. Ala
no trump contract but ran out nor the desire to playin A
result, we got only five of superior plays. We made only events. L '
the major
points. On board 12 we played ,
4NT and four points. The
Each event is usually play
a partial in an eight card
opposition outsmarted Itself ed in several sections of about
diamond suit rather than in a
against us on No. 9. Their pre 13 tables each. Therefore, there
card major. We made3D
seven emptive bidding kept us out sectional and overall win
but should have made 3S.
of a normal 411 contract that Since the hands playedare
That petted us only 3'i points. usually will make. We were ners.usually the same in all F

I executed an end play on forced to a 3C contract that sections the best scores in each
board' 13 that brought home made 4. The 411! bidders went section be compared to
SS while most others made can
down, so we got 10 points determine the overall winners.
four. That earned u* 11V4
Board 10 was an average INt This is done even it the various \
point Board 14 was an average by E-W.. making two. Our total sections play different

result with E-W making score was 178V4. good hands. Each session is usually
5NT. I defended poorly on
enough for a sectional fourth.
made up of 26 hands, or
board 15 and allowed the op-
Florida ranks along with
"boards" In 13 round
nonenta to make 211, giving us
California, Texas, and New
of two boards each against 13 \\4A. A'
but two points. Board 18 was
York )In the number and size different opponents. The top
4H for E-W,
an average
defensive tactic of Its b r id g e tournaments score on a hand is usually 12
My partner's Florida players, mostly from
points; an average game usu.llytot.ls
net 3NT by one trick on board
the Miami
area, are among 156 A that
points. score
IT for 9Vt points. A Judicious
the highest rate in the nation. .
Is 10 15 per cent average
of theopposition's
double by my partner
Consequently, Florida bridge
2S overcall of my usually is high In a given sec
tourneys, under the sanction tion.
tNT opening gave us a score
and direction of the American Each pair has a "conven- r
of 300 and 10 points on No.
Contract Bridge
League it
pro- tion card" that tells opponents
vide numerous opportunities for exactly what bidding system C'l

challenging competition The the pair Is using and what special B.
SCI tourneys are rated as local, signals are used In defending
Challis Marshall sf'ctlon.Iregional' or national The card also has a
depending on the "master- Scoreboard to keep track of
for .n yeur points" awarded In the various what was done on each band
AUTOLIFE STAn FARM event Most tourneys last Players usually use the card to

____ four days and have both major estimate their score while the
6 FIRE .... and ''side" events The major game Is' In progress and later
events be played in
InSUr.ne INSURANCE may record their actual. score. Most
more than one session; they players also use their card to
N..ds may be restricted to players write them sieves notes for later .

251 Magnolia Ave., S.W. meeting certain qualifications; review of the hand

Across from Exchange lank they may be played as Individual There will be a masterpoint '..
pair, or team contests. .
4 Phon. 294.4256 game tonight In Lakeland. Another
The side events are played in masterpoint game will be

---- -- -- -- played tomorrow afternoon in

Winter Haven. The third gameIn
READING IMPROVEMENT the Trophy Series will be
played Tuesday night in Lake tI 9

land. Next Sunday there will I
COURSEA be a Special Masterpoint Game a.

In Lakeland. The St. Augustine ::
L.J New Special Course Sectional will played this Friday -

for High School.. through next Sunday, butit ,.
will not affect the Polk County
Jr. High Studeihlr duplicate achedule. A. 'Weaver' ,

white with color Insert .. .. 11.95
...... School etudente ?
,... all Cools High and Junior High
AND ,.ro.t.. A mooting for the purpose of forming a Speed and
,owe, Feadln5' Claw will' be held Tuodae "li t. Cs bruary 25 at B. 'Sklppy'
yao pm. In Room 20 of the Winter Haven, 'IO' High Sohool.Trio '. HemorrhoidsFlisurei yellow, pink, blue, white p.t.nt.. .. .9.tS

fatter with better comprotionilon It the
ability to read '
boot lourtnco of auoceot In achool' and eollcgo. The PAR Reading' Fistulas, and l C. 'Dlmpl,,
Improvement Course pan do this, for yaul other Rectal Diseases / / white and kid. .. .. .. .. .I US

full detalli will bo given on Today at 7M P m. Help" your. successfully fretted by I
salt and your .tud.n bl .tt."tllns tau mll""I. NON-SURSICAL meth- ;

ods. Ol
Program for Achievement I I. Hooding Is ipet.r.d byLoke4one1 .f

lntlMU l..tltute, IM.program >' Dr. Earle Rabb 2.6 W. CENTRALP _

I for Achievement" In Reeding It sponsored'-' by lakeland Clinic N.D. II ffLttljJP.D{

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I l' I Come On In-The Water; Is Fine" : ; "I : I II


( Even If It Is Chilly )

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Winter officially won't bow to spring for another month, but member of the Greater ""'"'I'.". 'i, I'

WinterHaven( Swimming Association can't wait to get their activities under way They ",.F '"
take advantage of every warm day to get in a little practice. probably In the hope that 'I \ ';1 "
it will rush the season along ;' r.
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The Association, which is composed of 125 swimmers, was organized in mid-summer '
of last year. Although they were a little late in getting started, the competitive team entered ; '':
F a number of regional and state meets and brought home dozens of trophies and rib ,
bons. Some of the individual swimmers have more than forty ribbons.
I'I. "
Swimmers range in age from six to seventeen years. On the agenda for the coming

r season will be competition with teams from Tampa, Temple Terrace, Sarasota, Ft. Myers,
i r Bradenton, Plant City, regional and state invitational tournaments.

The annual meeting of the Association will be held tomorrow when plans for the seas ;.
': son will be finalized. Starting late next month, the youngsters will receive instruction
from a professional coach and will swim at the Lake Region Yacht and Country Club and '

y Y Lake Silver beach. ,', _,.., ,"
,,- ,"I' # Swimmers or parents interested in the organization may. 'contact Mrs. William D.
r" Richards. ;

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and members of the
Greater Wint.r Haven AIIO-
cletion g.t theirs .v.ry day
b.for. they g.t In the water
Abov., Tom Costello coaches
a group In arm exorclits. At
the right, th.y ere doing
kicking exerciiei.

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PUSHUPS are hard work at first But the boyi loon get used to It, and goat
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MAKING A DIVE for I relay rice are Bud Coitillo and Steve Griffith. Th.
BACK STROKING In the shimmering olympic died pool et the Like Wint.r Haven teem It iffilieted with the Amateur Athletic Union (AAUI, IIIII1
Region Yacht and Country Club ere Pam Hardy, Vicki Eastman, Jano
Conn.r end Lee Mattox.

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RIBBONS end frophUi gelore hire been won by the local l left to right Doug Richards, Kirk Klrkpetrlck, Bl.ke Longtcre,
W. C. VANCLIEF, pr.iid.nt of the Association, team members In their respective ago groupi. Among the teem Bud Coitello, Danny Richards, Arlene VenSent, Johnny PI.m.
admires trophiei'''pretentad to Arlene VanSant and mcmberi ere Front row, I.ft to right, VickI Eastman, Pam oni, Steve Griffith, Tommy Thomas, Jimmie Costello end Re/ i
Tommy Thomas ef-the outstanding- .swimmers-of.-lid Hardy, Lee Bice, Leo Mettox, Lynn Bice, Susan Hardy, K.rry Ii,... .
yu tll"'". Kirkpatrick Miry Spenjws and Patty .... Conner. Back row,

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3AILY NEWS-CHIEF, Sunday, February 21, IW Page 10 Mrs. Ferguson Your Mirror Hefleciion

: Fi WlNTCft MAVCN DAILY NEWSCUICFUteJ Is HostessTo Diet On The 'Buddy Plan' ::, ,

tl 4 .s Sigma Chapter

I 1 i; : Mrs. Robert Ferguson was To Take Off Those Pounds

week to membersof
hostess this
Sigma Chapter, By .
During the business session Charm Authority >
I conducted by Mrs. W. A. of us feel over public
1 Steorts, a going.sway gift The embarrassment compared to what
Wd was presented to Mrs Jack disclosure of our ae is minimal

1.M'Ltim Doty who Is moving out of we'd feel at the airing of our weight
the state.
could let
But perhaps
r : by DlLlIC CIU3 The next regular chapter In
meeting will be at the borne one highly trusted person

of Mrs. L. D. Tucker. on the secret and diet on

A brief talk on "Nature's the "Buddy Plan" This pal r
Earl White To Give
Mrs. Lanicape" was the program can be counted on to tupplyt
topic of Mrs. Doty, who illustrated quick dote of will power ,,
her talk with beautiful when we're about to succumbto

Lecture On Flower Arranging pictures of Florida's a delicious dessert or tasty
landscape of the late 1920' mack. She could Join u. In
Refreshments of coffee our dally exercise and read
Mn. Earl B. White 1624 credited Flower Show Judge punch and a shrimp salad the scale at the end of each

ffTJ1i. Lake Mirror Drive Winter and as an Instructor of Flower were served by the hostessto week refuting to accept anyexcuse
Mesdames Earl Adams, for our failure to shed
for Flower
Thursday Arrangement
Haven, will lecture Fred Carrier, E. S. Carter, two pounda. We could also
at 10 '.m. at the Lakeland Show Schools for over 20 Norman Elliott, Richard Collins reciprocate if aha needed help.

Garden Center. Any one In- years. Since her retirement Don Corby. Jack Coyle Those who prefer to diet 4

t K.f': y tw tereited in Arranging Flowersfor from this field a few years Glen Damron Ralph Dial solo, however, have recount

their home or special ago she conducts Flower Arrangement Jack Doty A. L. Fauari, to other tricks which nay At the table, small plates
1 events should hear and see Closes, Workshops Pete Grant, Reid Iversen, be found helpfulBe keep the best proportions with
her. Tickets may be purchased Marie Jones Miurlce Kemp- awe to have I foal In small servings! Substitute tea.spoons
for the lighting of the Kiw ni T.1.nt Show, "Talent Safari" .r. being from a Garden Club Lecture Demonstrations ton James Murphy, Beverly mind and know your belt for soupspoons; take ,

discussed by thr. of the chairmen, Mrs. D.xt.r Daniels Jr., Mri. Larry Houier end Mrs. member or at the door. The and serves as a Floral Schnetiler W. A. Steorts, weight Educate your appe small mouthfuls and chew
Charles Deming. The annual show will be presented April 3 in Nor. Mayo Auditorium. publle is Invited. million Art Consultant Robert Tadeyeike and L. D tite. Leant what foods are. slowly A hot drink and an
low hi. eateries; high In nutritive salad help
is 90 cents Mrs White studied Flower Tucker. extra serving of
White Is a familiar value. The kafy
combat hunger.
I Friday Morning Bridge Players Flower Show name to garden club groups Arrangement with outstanding Analyie your eating hiblti. fillers total fewer calories.
throughout her native State Japanese Flower Martha CircleThe Do you find you eat more Always eat a good breakfist. -

Mrs J. V. Causey, Mrs. Artie M. Ober, Clyde S. Mun. of Texas as well as her adopted Misters In this country; also when yon are bored restless, This makes it easier to

Gladys Huyck and Mrs R. roe, Guy R. Duer, WilliamR. home in Florida. She has Ac. has studied advanced Flower Martha Circle of the depressed between w I apeet meals Do, enjoy yon resist the temptation to overeat
CommitteeHeads served as a Nationally and Kyoto, Church met nibble lunch or nibble between
'H. Backrath were hostesses Allen Bruce Waugh Alan Arranging Tokyo Grace Lutheran rick deserts, and too many at
Friday when fifteen tablet R. Wile, E. S. Horton Japan with the Head Masters this week at the home of cocktalUT Most you always meals. If you should
and eat\
Jeanette Martin Laura Smith of the "Ssga" and "Sogetiu" Mrs. F. S. Heldgerd have a midnight snack Discover slip up however
in at the Bridge Intended
,were play Mrs. Bradford Mrs. Michael Hartung presiding and more than you re.
players party at the Civic Armour Scott Art Johnson Named"Families Schools. An ardent student of your cuing pattern new your efforts and return
have clearer pica
will a
Center. Mesdsmes Norms Davis, Gives ProgramFor Gregory Conway; She stud- Mrs. Heldgerd gave the yon tare ef how to alter It. to your plan more determined.
Winners In bridge were Arthur Stevens, Morton Miller led Contemporary design at opening devotions then served Do take advantage of the than ever to stick to It.
John Ballentlne, George of the Plant Naomi CircleThe the Rudolph Schaeffer Schoolof coffee and rolls to the nine sweetened foods on Suggestion! : A tape men-
Mesdames Backrath Russell World" will be the theme for Design in San Francisco, members and one guest Miss artificially especially urn makes a revealing fining
Jensen Carroll Phillips, Armour Ryder May Alexander John the Flower Show to be held Naomi Circle of the as well as studying and working Olive Shaffer, of West Vir the for market weight prepared watchers. Use for I belt and will tell you

Scott and Sue Lathers. Flynn Walter Curley, Carroll March IT and II under the Women's Guild of Grace Lutheran with numerous outstanding ginia.Mrs.. a sugar substitute in tea and day by day if your diet U
Dale Hazlett, William week authorities In this country. C. A. Bybee presented
Door prizes were won by Mrs. Phillips, sponsorship of the Winter Haven Church met coffee. working.
)In. Jeanette E. Moore, Aletha Keldel, Ada at the home of Mrs Martin She Is well known as a eon.sistent the program entitled The I
Mary Spencer Council of Garden Clubs.Mrs.
of outstanding Diet. Just as we
winner Christian
Martin and Mrs. Alan Wile. M. Schnell, Fred L. Howard, B. Edmund David will Halabrln Jr with seventeen awards for her distinctive and need food for the body each

Members attending were James S. Pool, Russell Halea serve as general chairman ladles Three present.members welcomed dramatic Flower Arrange day we also need spiritual
Mesdames Ward Hughes, John and Edward Ludlow. with Mrs. John G. Wood assisting were Mrs. Robert K. ments not only in Texss and food each day; prayer Bible .
Walter ,
Hollmeyer Mrs. J. B. Williams Harmon Jr., Mrs Fred Are Florida but many other states, reading and fellowship whenever
will serve si chairman for and Havana poisible. C
rlngton and Mrs. Harold Mexico City,
the two day spring event. Nordby. Cuba, where she has given The March meeting will be _

HAVE YOUR CLOTHES Committee chairmen have The topic of the day on Lecture Demonstrations and a Joint Guild meeting at the
and committees
been selected "Diet." taken from Ruth taught Flower Show Schools. church on March 1. in the
MARTINIZEP FOR THE are meeting to make final ar Youngdahl Nelson's book, Mrs. White will present Contemporary Pariah Hall and the April Circle
rangements. Chairmen are: American Flower meeting will be held at
"The Woman Beautiful was
Mrs Charles E. Nelson Claastficatkm Mrs. Elmer
AHEAD ; Mrs J. M. Pen, presented by Mrs. William Arrangements In a wide ring the home
SPRING MONTHS Passing; Mrs George R. Hardy Bradford. It brought out the of designs; stressing originaland Gaede.
Mrs William fact that diet was as much unusual combinations of -
SPECIALS FOR Junior ; follow Statistics indicate that approximately
MON.. FEI. 24 TUIS.. FEI. 25 a WED. FEI. 2t Mrs. T.B. L.Lemons Whitehead, Staging Conservation ; a matter times of as concern now but In Biblical that tried plant and material.true Principles of 40 per cent size of
have a
la to sparking them with degrees American women
and Education; Mrs. the all important thing Art
have I
Larry Rollins, Civic; Mrs. seek daily the bread of life of creative originality, 22 head 20 per than cent that, and
Richard Noll Publicity; Mrs for the soul Jesus said: "I never forgetting that the qualities size smaller heads

SHORT Earl Chance, Special Projects; am the bread of life; be that of successful Flower Arranging another than 40 per site cent 22.have The Millinery .
Mrs Bishop Jones, Garden cometh to Me shall never hunger are: "BeautylmpllcltyElprmloDlnd larger
of Americasays
Therapy;; Mrs. William Bent : and he that believeth Har Institute rr
5 GARMENTS ley and Mrs Jack Watkins, In Me shall never thirst. mony." ao. r
Schedule;, Mrs. James !i.Ralnero. 1
properties; Mrs MAIcE 11 SPLASHA SHOTANO SAVE .:
Paul J. Myers Placing; Mrs I
George Kendrick Awards; EVERY GIFT-GIVING ?:
$99 Mrs H. A. Pollard Jr. Hospitality
; Mrs. Malcolm Peters OCCASION t>rd : ,

Tickets; Mrs. A. Marshall
Mulllkln, Entries; Mrs Earl
B. White Judges and Clerks e ; r
and Mrs Clare Phillips Diemintling. -

The garden. clubs In the NG EtS8R 'L
Council making chairmen and
: committee member appointments
4 are Azalea Girden IMtr
PLEASE Club, Bouquet Garden Club, it
I Camellia Garden Club, Gardenia I

Garden Club and the,

I ven.Gardea Club of Winter Ha ,


LONG I Woman's Club four tirrlfli wttki tf thrllllne 'vilun fir .....: '
..p.eillSift r. FMI' t t On harm 'r.. with ;.
yes lust In' time tt I'Yo.wy these t 'k
GARMENTS Has Book Review / fir aster, Mtlhtrt Day, Fathtrt *"ymutt :tI' J the purah.ss en any 10 .harms.
5 N.U nit surthiit ill thirmi
stocks l }
1 and, Oraduatien Trem.ndeua,..'" fop \' i) In .1".'. ,..roh... Hundr.li, tf
By Mrs. Sheppard kt mevad eulekly t*
r nv line irrlvlnf I
of the Winter In all Sttartmant
At a meeting
s 99PLAIN Haven Woman's Club
Thursday sn exceptionally interesting '
review was given by; 1 1 IItINeea. Clan iy iys k
Mrs A. T. Sheppard of the a ,an. [heck.r..ut.nt .. .. I ,
.Headed Rash and .
book "Red /rYat/1n' aed
I k
Religions" by the Rev. Don + R.II <

McClure son of a Preibyterisa sat Ira
minister and an English
protestor at the University ,
r. F
of Penniylvinia. The title/ 1wls

refers to the nickname of this '$ kJ r
dedicated missionary who with ?
PLEASE his wife has given his life

to bringing, without salary,
to natives In the heart of( +yw?
Africa, not only the meaning S
: and don't iergtt w. of Christianity but also the b r :;:, ,;> ,
Introduction of medicine, education -
: Pro-Spot Every Garment
monogamy and the beginnings

: Moth-Prool Every Garment of culture. 0 i4t e
Mrs. Sheppard graphically
: Odorless Dry Cleaning described many intriguingbut

: Fresh u a Flower In Just On Hour terrifying incidents on a

the which problems this selfless and dangers pair faced of maw.. toy. saes w..1 e IN 100''; NYLON JERSEY i i'J

dread dlseaies the cult of aam, r,. ,...q ,,It NNW.

witch doctors, polygamy and e.Nnuwe7ULthO ?/. .
FREE PARKINGIn even an invasion of elephants million
mJvouS Looks Ilko a
He culminated his career by '4 p el. et !
winning over not only the OUAI1ANTIID VAt trs ...eoate only e...
Rear of Store Walk thru to 3rd: Si. content of the "Uon of Ju- .n..ea./.,......
dah" to carry on the work ;

of Chrlitlanty In Ethopla but ;
monarch.also the active support of ,w shaoiL1Y ...fikeMAGfCI'

After the book review, e LHIr you, lost I le C.walmelei a sewest I.. .t u4 drew.

luncheon was served with by hostesses Mrs.- ensemble lou"ty }rile" e .1..1. III fl". t.lI.rllIl
In 13
Group for semiree linter ;
W. J. Strecker as chairman.The :

final event of the day's Aelematte wail, 'a "' .., It pence ...i. 1""Itl A .

activities wis a style show 9Y si S4y' Si9Y1r.u space ..." wb.a tr.mlee..lw.ya reedy I. as ..ur',
under the direction of MrsGeorge pettee.e '
Palmer. First prize
was won by Mrs. Lee Hifley LMI"rI''I' Sy Pn.i.r." euctusiva, Thl.II. Print. !t

and second by Mrs. Earl Ctltn ||"., Pink c;,.|(|>
Baum. :::otd.not : :: dsselneetMtMensv.luNwatchIaran.: 10" s.vleaa ...u'UI'' ally,, Perk of Si..;, 10 I. 20)12% t. 2214. 4
f. I ,.". with '....h... your ,,,. .. with tee I
of after-. I..n.es. Jewelry Fine Jewelry. DI.", ."... rodl.., of r..uLrpuroh... .f any ..."'.".
The excitement 'r.tor" Pleas' I"n'. and mini $17.99
in the /Irth: ne and "" ""."dl... bld.1 ". aN.y. .
dark fashion glows ..,. .
beautiful leather evening bags
shown for spring. The sleekness !
CYJ-WI of suede and the gleamof Use Ollr NRENGLE'S JEWELRY Use THE FASHION
vie with
120 Third Street S.W., -Acrost from Temp Electrlej satiny polished luitre leathers and distinctive Lay.A- 112 THIRD STillY, S.W. WINTER HAVEN, FLA. I Credit

OPEN 1.00 A.M. to '6:00: P.M., reptiles for top honors .. W1 Va Lock Soetk Wiater H.... Past Office 319 W. CENTRALSKETCHES I
in petite envelopes, clutches
and chained pouches, ,


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Parties DAILY NEWS-CHIEF, Sunday, February 23, l 1964 Page I IIiiimiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I
__ ____ __ __ Rep. Holley [
iiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiRings "
Are PlannedBy 1ft" :

Xi Gammas SparkleOn .......... To Speak In
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XI Gammt .
Chapter of :Beta .
Sigma Phi met Thursday ev. Their Fingers : '

ning at the home of Mrs ;:'.,,. Winter Haven
Louis Stuck with Mrs. Arthur ."
Hancock as co-hostest. ,..'..I. The Republican Women's

Mra. Elmo Hood presided Club reminds in Interested
over the business session during persons tint lion Charles R.

which time I letter wee l : Holley, of St Petersburg,
read III .. ., t. Minority Leader of the Ftor-
from the Needlework ,, ."
Guild thinking the chapter for r ._ J'" Ida Legislature, and a can
dldate for the Republican
ita recent fifty dollar contribution i .' "' ''_:r. Domination aa Governor of
to the School Children faR : : : : Florida, will speak at a din-
Clothing fund ser meeting- on Thursday at
for Winter Hiven. .. .
further plane were made .. .',' : a:jo p,m. at Morrieoo'i Ban.suet
n Room.
by the Community Service '
Then are still tome reservations
Committee to purchase aa available, which
Easter outfit for a junior mar be obtained by ealllnfMn.
high school student. ,: Ward Hughes, CY i-2801

Mrs Billy Raiden, at memober : /

of the Membership Com New Hair Do '
mittee announced plan for .

if the chapters rush program to ,i + ... ,,.; .. Can Be AShowOff ..
be '
conducted during the I "
\ .t'f.
;month of March. Invitations ': \ : : ...

i will be mailed to rusheea ,, . : ... '''I!
; next week. The dates for ."'.." ..,.... ,.....';";).,./ Here'i how to mike. a shy
MISS CLAUDETTE LACERTE hairdo showy for spring Brush
rushing will be a model meetIng -- your hair thoroughly. Back-

to be held on Thursday, comb, strand by strand, Ipra,.
March 5th; I party for girls Summer Wedding Is PlannedBy log each lightly teased stress ,
to be held on Saturday morning When you have a field of
: March 14th; a preferential fronds, brush your hair up,
t tea, Sunday, March 22nd. Claudette Lacerte MISS SUZANNE MIDDLETON up, up-quickly and lightly.
t And an Easter egg hunt Miss Continue until all hair, aides
for children under 12 years Miss Middleton Is and back, meet at the top.
Saturday, March 28th. Announcement is being made today of the engagement Engaged Mold a smooth tall turban
The program for the evening by brushing hair round and
was presented by Mra. of Miss Claudette Lacerte, daughter of Mr round. If needed, hold In place
Paul Lefg on the Caribbean. and Mrs Arcel! Lacerte of this city, and John McKenna MISS ANNE BOND To Ralph Herman Smith with gold or decorated bobby
: Members were asked to son of Mr. and Mrs. J. McKenna of Hyats- pina. Let the ends curlon
note the change In meeting top. It's a brand new
, ,places for the next meeting. ville, Md. Miss Anne Bond Will Wed Mr. and Mrs William Middleton of Conklm, high.rise coiffure you can do
II ..The session will be held at The bride.elect Is I nativeof of St. Joseph's Catholic Mich, have announced the engagement of their yourself In minutes Spray
I ;the home of Mrs W. B. Mel. this city. She was graduated Church and teaches science Suzanne Beatrice the finished 'do to hold it
daughter to
vln, W6 Avenue E, NE with from the Winter Haven and biology at Woodson High Ralph Herman Smith, high and handsome In the
i Mrs Harry Van Jew aa co- High School In 1959 where School In Fairfax, Va. Mr. Windham In Late May son of Mr, and Mrs Eugene Brown of Winter Haven. spring breezes
hostess. the was a member of the Mr. McKenna la a native Miss Middleton la a graduate -
Members attending the Anchor Club and other organltatlona. of Long Island N. Y. He la of Marywood Academy,
meeting were Mesdames Har She was graduated now In his final year of study Announcement Is being made of the forthcoming ,
Grand Rapids, class of 1963,
'. ry Turner, John Brantley, Jesse last spring from Catholic in architecture at Catholic marriage: of Misi,Anne Bond, daughter of Mrs, B. J. and la employed by Jack for sighsTrY
Demark, Bill Raiden, Har University of America In University America. He la .. ....
Bond, and the late Dr. Bond, and Julius Ashleigh Brown Produce Inc. in Sparta this .w.
member of
" ry Van !Jew, Bill Melvin, Washington, D. C. where she a Sigma
Paul Lefg, Elmo Hood, Walter became a member of Kappa fr.ternlty.PI.n. Windham, son of the late Mr. and Mrs James McDowell Mich
Mr. Smith In
was graduated
,, Bell, Bill Tharpe, Pete Tau Gamma sorority are being made for Windham of Sumter, S. C. 1961 from the Winter Haven r I
Staack and Arthur Hancock Miss Lacerte la a member a July 25th wedding The bride.to-be Is a nativeof High School and la presently

11i Winter Haven, She was member of the First Presbyterian employed by Muskegon Piston
I I graduated in 1957 from the Church. Ring Company In Sparta
Winter Haven High School and Mr. Windham was grid- The wedding la to be an
received a bachelor of arts uated from the Sumter High event of April 17th. *
Arr HouseTODAY degree from the Universityof School in 1953 and attended look for the golden ardtesTTJcDonaTiTs ;
South Carolina In 1961. She Clemson College, Clcmson Always wash the top of a
la a member of Beta Zeta S, C. and Arizona State Col. can before opening It. Owner 4th St. & Ave D. N.W. Next to Haven Hotel
: Chapter of Kappa Delta sere legs In Flagstaff, Arts. He
orlt,. has resided here for two years
Mill Bond was employed and Is also a member of the
for two years with Delta Airlines First Presbyterian Church He REE BEE'S SHOE BOX
following her graduation, is employed by the Chevrolet
and Is currently enaajled In Center. '
the Intern program at 'orlda Plans are being made. for a 0 J IY POPULAR REQUEST WE.ARI REPEATING OURSpring .
Southern She I Is
College a May 23rd wedding.

In Beautiful. Garden' Grove Miss Libyann Young Is Honored' e' Sale'

Miss Libyann Young, bride-- guests were entertained by a s Shoe !
elect of Harold Meredith was four.piece combo, Including ;
honored at a bridal shower Mike Tankeriley, Jerry Hill,
this week at the borne of Larry Hill and Gary Bates
;. .., Mrs. Stanley Davis on Terrace The unique program Introduced TOMORROW ONLY (MONDAY MORNING) OUR STORE :
Drive In Eagle Lake the members of the WILL OPEN AT 7:30: AM. Shop early, coffee and donuts
Assisting with the ho plt.li.! combo as the "answer to the
served until 9:30: A.M. Buiineis and profeuional) women take
ties were Mrs Roy Rutledge, Beatles" advantage of these terrific savings before office hours. We '
Mrs Van Madden, Miss Mary The honoree received many
w* Madden, Mrs Cecil Lowe and lovely girts.Approximately. will alto be open 'til 8 P,M. :

: Mrs. T, M. Reynolda fifty eight
1 :
t, During the evening the guests attended the party.ChubbeHe. PATENTS
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Coffee Break
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\ Ree Bee's Shoe Box.

fhl two bedroom aJrcwditloned retirement. home la Justness Erich's extends an Invitation to you to come

U several lowly new models open dally ,in :Beautiful Garden in and see their new line of CHUBBETTE Free Customer Parking

Grove .bated Just a half milt east of Cypress Garden on drenei and sports wear for the hard to fit And use your charge account Our Our Lot At '2nd & Central

Road WO. chubby girl. Ages 8 to 14 In the children's boots are closed Purchasesnow

State department on the second floor. not due until APRIL .. e C e '

: John G. Wood & Associates DowntownIt's (t_ n '- REE BEE'S SHOE BOX

36 N. 6th Street 222 W. Central ;
Phones 293-9338 58 5th St., N.W. 293.9710 Open Monday Evening 'til. I PM
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DAILY NEW-CHIEF, Sunday, February 23, l I64 Pag 12') '
Around The Town ... ... .
rD&tt1 1)ecardfeG.a IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIThe/ / / / / / IllllliUliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiuilllWatch/ ,

"gold look" continues for now.you-....
Here The
And Son From
Mrs. Varty Argentine to be the most popular for them, now.you-don't belts goo
<, pins, earrings, pendants, log into upring and summer,
Enjoying a two week visit in Winter haven are Mrs. Robert J. Varty and ii iI bracelets and necklace, theJeweil' Many dresses have the peek

eon of Buenos Aires, Argentina. They are visiting with her husband's family 1 pore Cultured) Industry pearla Council and colored re. a.boo belts which hide by got

Sir and Mrs C. Richard Varty at their home on Lake Wlntersct atones serve as exciting log behind loops four-to.ei&
accents to the gold standard Inches wide.
Mr. and Mrs Rea Martin Mill Jo Ann loses, a teach Charles n. Birdsong, a student JL I
of MaryvlUe Tenn. have re er at Satellite Beach la spend at Florida Southern College J
returned from a round- tag the weekend her with
Is a member of new.
the.world cruise, and are here her parents, CoL and Mra. from Johnson
for the remainder of the 'Inter Roy Jonea.Mr ly chartered Tau Kappa Epsilon :: : 'T. -GLAUOIal3 vaua2dA \
icason. one of the oldest and : .
*. Frank L. Young of largest national social fraternities --
Mr. and MM. RnmeU Me- Due West, S. C. la visiting for men. The Winter
Neal are spending the weekend here at the home of her sis- Haven sophomore Is the
In Miami with Mr. and ter-ln-law, Mri. David R. Ellis.
son of Mr. and Mrs Charles
Mri. Thomas L. Simpson. ,
H. Birdsong, 270 East Lake

Mr. and Mr. H. H. Greer Mr. and Mrs Jamee F. Elbert Drive.
of Maryville, Tenn., who have Farrow are here from Con
been spending the put two necticut for a two months PvU Charier D. Bat-
months in Key West and with FL winter vacation. son Jr. has been assigned to i-W ATTo Do Oa1FM I ?(DOWSIL' 1'1'AATOt/ GAttOu'fJ.J.Gr I
Meyers, will visit her
friends thin week. The tenth annual Florida the 20th Infantry at Fort ,
West Coast Erie County PIe. Clayton, Canal Zone.Mis .
Mrt. George Lallood hat ale will be held March 1st AndersonHolland- Are Your Windows A Problem? I

returned to her home in Valdosta at ana o'clock at the Lake Marsha Dee Hoffmanof rim
Ga. after a ten.day Msgglore Park St. Petersburg
1. The problem window can es deep; otherwise they might
Winter Haven has been
here with her brother Ninth Street and 37th
often be a blessing In din look For special
and .1.ter.ln.la", )lr. and Avenue South. Those planning; named to Honor status at the Mra. Lynn Smith Anderson, guise. You can use curtainsto scanty. a Greater Dependability!
llri. John Hanna.MM. to attend should take a basket University of South FloridaIn daughter of Mr. and Mra. camouflage pipes, beams, eye-catching effect, use a valance
picnic. Tampa. A total of 247 of Walter A. Smith/ and William and other ungainly obstructions of a floral fabric against Fewer Service Problems!
Richard Noll was In Or
drapes. trya
plain hanging
without sacrificing light
the university's 4,600 students B. Holland, eon of Senator
for the Fin Mr. and Mrt. Riaaell Black
Sebrioff Friday or heat Pictured above i lathe valance of applique felt
Arts Festival sponsored by art here from Philadelphia, earned averages of IS (B and Mra. Spessard L. Hol solution for a wall with flowers dotted with sequins
District Nine of the Florida Pa. for a winter vacation, plus) or better while taking land, Bartow, were married off-center windows and a door. in a Tyrolean peasant ,tyl..
Federation of Garden Clubs. full time study load duringthe Friday evening at 1:30: In the Hang washable whit nylon 3. Give an isolated narrow
Anthony J. Matsano, seaman recently completed fall home of the brlde'a parent. rom a telling traverse track window a light airy look
)Ir. and MM. Bob Frow ; USN, son of Mr. and trimester, and were named The Rev. L. E. Dickinson and it won't obstruct the door. without curtains by using a
of Tennessee, who have been Mra. Joseph Ms Us no of 1200 honor students. Honor students officiated. Track I It equipped with separate bamboo blind. You can add + i
spending the past month In Lake Silver Drive, I I. serve who maintain a 35 or. The couple was attended by steps to operate curtains a )Jaunty effect with a swagof y1'we'
Venice, are stopping In Winter log aboard the destroyer tender better grade average throughout Mra. James L Ivey and Independently or In upholstery rope. If you prefer .
Haven this weekend lot USS Everglades, operating their college careers are James W. Hankin. pairs. It thus become. a solid curtains, be sure to extend -
a visit with friends. out of Charleston, S. C. eligible for graduation with wan at night but opens by them beyond the win
Honors de Ire... Place a metal spoon In day to control sunlight and dow frame for a wider look.
I I glass when pouring hot liquids shade Ingenious note an old unused v
The Woman'a Society of to keep glass from i. Don't skimp on valances. fire screen to conceal the
Christie Service will meetIn cracking They should be 12 by 14 Inch- radiator
the social hall of Beymer
oee4e'g' Memorial Methodist Church
tomorrow at twelve noon. Women On The Go Jj "tlsY

Baby Shower Past Presidents Parley Luncheon WednesdayThe _

Past President Parley will have a covered dish luncheon meeting at twelve noon
Given In HonorOf Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harry Crabtree with Mra. Lindsey MacCalla aa co-hostess.
The meeting being held early due to the Citrus Exposition. A full attendance is re-
Mrs. Heath quested.
Phil Club er Show sponsored by the Winter Mr. Wilbur Barnes, president VMMINSMU.HOMUMwDtnlth
Complete Beauty Care Mrs. Douglas Heath was New officers of the Phllo Haven Council of Garden ,, will conduct the business .. Modtrn ttyllni In pre..Ieel16nih.dwdntm- boo
honored with a baby shower Clubs scheduled for March session. "' !
Club, a girl's service club at sod select rdwood Mfidi' 'In
given by Mra. Dwight Barnes 17 and 18 The 2:30 p,m. Presbyterian Women cherry truitweed' census and Hand
W. Ar* Prod To Announce That end Mra. George Boucher Jr. WHHS. will be installed by meeting will be held Wednesday The Association of the First select' hiwood, lollil II
at the home of the latter the sponsoring organization, In the Tampa Electric Presbyterian Church will bold rectangular Model 1I026H.pot Ie eeGreen 265 w.,le. Wind .
Thursday evening the Junior Woman'a Club Leisure House. Its monthly meeting at the
MARIE HICKS The honoree was presented Tuesday evening at 7:30: P.m. Members of the Entries church tomorrow with Mrs.
with an orchid corsage. at the Woman'a Club with Committee for the Flower John B, Gunter presiding.The Zenith Color
Has Joined Our Staff Game were played and Mra. Richard Noll (in chargeof Show entitled "Families of the executive board will
prizes were awarded to Mrs. the Installation ceremonies Plant World" will meet In the meet at 10:43 In the Harriet
Tom Moore and Mrs. D. F. Following the Installation a leisure house at 2:30: p.m. on Thompson Clam Room and the priced as
CALL Charlotte Marieof Driver reception will be held for Thursday Mr, A. Marshall worship service will be at $44995low
Homemade cake, coffee, membera of both organizations Mullikln will be in charge of '12:15: In the Sanctuary, led
.. Sarah mints and nub were' servedto and the mother's of the the meeting. by Mr. Frank L. GosnelL as..eeJohnson
Mesdames F. C. Wiggins, Philo members. St. Joseph' Guild Luncheon will be served lathe
For Our New Location Special Joe Reeves, Jim Reeves;Robert Mra. James ,R. Hardy will The Rev. Matthew J. Connolly dining room at 12:30: by
Welgert, Robert Unger, make the report of the nominating pastor of St.: Joseph's Circle Twelve with Mrs. Arthur
OPEN YIN/NelS/ tr APPOINTMENT/ Willie Zlglar Jim Home, Fred committee during the Catholla Church, will be the M. Covert, chairman Appliances I
Schnetzler Kenneth Splckard, business session and the election speaker at the meeting of The program for the afternoon .
Bill Blackburn Mickey McDonald of officers will be March St. Joseph's Guild Tuesday baa been arranged by
NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 23' 3rd St., S.W. FuD! Time Service
R. T Williams, Mary 10 with the Installation ached- evening at 8 o'clock In Fr. Mrs. E. H. Schellenberg which Department
For Appointment. Call 213-1332 Poulsen, Tom Johnson, D. F, tiled for April. Anderson Hall. ,will have for the theme "Wom Hwy 17-f2 LAKE ALFRED FR 2-113f
AtreM the tot** tnm the ........ lank Porfchif tt Driver, Bill Garrett, Tom Lake Alfred Fire Auxiliary Member. of St. Margaret's 'en With A Purpose". All mem I
Moore and Marvin Watt. The Lake Alfred Firemen's Circle will be hostesses and ben and visitors are invited.
Auxiliary will meet In the rec
reatlon room of the fire station .

MR. TRICE SAYS at eight p.m., tomorrow.
On February 29, membersof
the Lake Allred fire department -
their wives and chil
dren will have a "carry-In"
N fZ supper and get-together at
fr 6:SO p.m. at the fire station
36 d
Flower Show CommitteesMrs. k ry,
J. M. Pen and Mri. aL,
G Charles E. Nelson will conduct *
a meeting for member
of the Passing and Classification
Committees for the Flow

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Police Harvest W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CLOSE TRIMMED ----...

Moose LodgeTo Trinity Slates
Marijuana Crop

MIAMI (uP) Life guard SIRLOIN or
Family NightThe
Pidrilc Anthony Bergin'i BonelessTOP 89
"green thumb" got him In hot STEAK
water Friday. I Rev, Louis DeArcy will Say
Police aid Bergla had a $48.I TestsThe speak at a Family Night ROUND
of Missions at Trinity
000 marijuana crop about ready 1ocPw
Methodist Church Wednesday
till Per Pound
for harvesting back yard. Winter Haven Moose evening, it was announced by
The 30 old life
-year- guard was
Lodge will hearing
sponsor the pastor the Rev Ben R.
booked on charges of
unlawfully screening tests to be given It Blackburn.He PeiPccENr
growing and poiscising marl.
the Moon Home on Haven- will also conduct the doling
and held In lieu of !,
jima was $
NO bond.New. I dale Blvd. the week of March count In the million SIRLOIN TIP, RUMP OR BOTTOM ROUND POT
27, it was announced by John study for adults at T p.m.
Sabliton, chairman of the or- There will be a sandwich nip BONELESS
Submarine ganltatlon's civic affairs com. per at 6.30.: Classes are provided 1&
mlttee. for all Ilea, and there
WASHINGTON (UPI) Mn.Corinne "Hearing la one of the moat will be I nursery. / Roost SAVE fl9ce
S. Morris, wife of Hep. unrecognized handicap problems About 100 are expected to
Thomas 0. Morris, D-NM., was In America today laid attend. The Rev. Mr. Black. 2011.
elected by the Navy Friday to Ralph Wagner, nationally known burn said that 65 attended last W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE CLOSE TRIMMED
christen the nuclear aubma hearing specialist, in arranging week, with the Rev. Mr, Rea
tine Haddock. for the tests at the Moose. from Africa spoke T-BONE
To help local children and DeArcy aerved as patter and 1&
e..es..ee.eee..ee.e. .
.. adults recognize this hearing district Methodist superintendent church la Cuba In the / (Xmas lOIIe.... Fit 95 1 CI.
deficiency, the bearing screenIng until Sleaks SAI
Castro forced him and othersto ...,.. Before W.tIWng
tests will be given free 24c"
leave. He Is auocUte minister YH Only Pay For I |
to anyone desiring( them. The
Attend schedule la Monday through i at College Heights Methodist Ten4", Jplcy, EditleiMfAtluBait/ W-D IRAND U.S. CHOICE CLOSE TRIMMED FULL CUT

d Friday, March 2T, from 2 to teaches Church students In Lakeland at Florida and 0FNCELI.tiaG'c.. ROUND I
I p.m. at the Moose Home.

ServicesThis to The detect hearing hearing test deficiency la designed on Southern College Prim Effective Fak 24 Tan Fee 26 ?; 79<
ly, and la not to be construed Polk Taverns Cents Cut Smokee! Steaks ,
as a medical checkup, 1 1 20cb.
: I 120 THIRD STRUT, S.W, Pork Chops
i Wagner said. Report cards will
i i'i be given to each person taking ISO FOURTH STREET N.W.
the test, Indicating the Lose PermitsTwo
Week status of their normal or subnormal 79' .
hearing. If a deficiency
: Is Indicated, the person will be Polk firms Jolt their SPECIALS
4 jonr own advised on the report card to beer licenses and seven more QiMtfty lights ItttnW
visit their own personal phyil- drew suspensions yesterday after -

planifwarsfy clan. No opinions are made or by recommendations the- Department hearings Director before Beverage RichardB. Limit OM Wit $3 or Mora Order MAXWELL HOUSEInsL 10 oz.

personnel giving the test, and Keating in Lakeland.
mechanical hearing aid devices Keating revoked the licenseof $129
are not recommended. All equiD1 Black Cat Cafe In Lakeland,
1 ment used In giving the tests charged with possession of lottery Coffee
la provided by the Zenith Radio tickets and Illegal aales.
Corp He also revoked the license of
Z. ; Wagner also slated that the Lillian and Clen'a cafe, BowlIng -
tests would bring out certain Green, charged with MV-
hearing deficiencies In persons era! violations.
WELCOME WAGON who may be totally unawar Establishments put on tus- s L1
... of any defect. School children pension were: Club Venus,
.. who may not be advancing at Winter Haven 20 days; Grand so EXTRA TOP VALUES SAVE tOe BUCKKNIGHT WHOLE UNPEBIED
.. ., ,.( 'J.I( 'f rapidly as they should are often Tea Room, Florence Villa, IS .rM MN' ewP..1:-,. .,
",* :Jtj' found to have a hearing defect days; Lie's Place, Lake Alfred It
which can be very easily 15 days; GertJ!'. Cabin Sk/lT Jet II y'A
Ph. CY 294-2989 corrected by the family phyii- in the Grove, Gordonvllle,. 15 .. pncols .
55 ra.t
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days; E. C. Richards Place, Ci .i '.''TkrMth MbiMvy If '

RIM 110 For TIME and Lake Quiet Cafe Hamilton, Lakeland 15 days, 20;days.and No. 21 V2 19' 1
Charges against Herman'scafe
I/IAL MO TEMPERATURIEX E Lakeland, were dlamiis-
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war found guilty of several .t*It*Mpw red It.cwdMM.! _.Ne"w'so' SAVE 1CK INDIAN GEM
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I !Spring Sports Roundup For 1964 Russia Seeks Brown Bomber Born I

U' By BOB HAVILANDr Tommy Whlteslde, and Wess will get starting alignments, Slice Of Purse DNH

M I Bportt Editor Gunn, all Juniors, and Don'Mclaughlin art seniors Bobby Downs and CLUTCHCHATTER" 25 Years Too Soon

/For On Winter Haven Blue the lone senior. Waiting Bill Stlveyj: juniors Dwayne '

fla it seems likely that for an opportunity RobbltKraust Deet Jim Alderman, Danny 0 .-..
ipruf ipoiti and crying towels and Durbin Pearson Thomas, Van Harrell Colt Davit For Challenger MIAMI (UP) picture a running fight*

'(o hand.in-hand much like but- Coach Chester Mann and his and Carry Runnels; and If you art sitting down to read this prior to 10 leaned languidly I observed. "That Clay wflf
tan ind a losing .e ion. able sidekick, Dlerk Van Chef sophomore Rick Anderson By JACK CUDDY today and on his bicycle and the quest
a.m. you too can make it to the Daytona 600 (you and
What's even soon disturbing, both Linus la coach of the distress that he la how Llston can catch up
there it Bridges
agree "a lot of UPI Sports Writer
[one sport that teemed i good potential junior varsity 80,000 others.) A real battle has been shaping up all 25 years too ..oon.That It might be harder than
I bet bas already dropped behind SWIMMINGIn TRACK week between the Chrysler and Ford products with the MIAMI BEACH, Fit. (UPI- far back folks think.

this early in the aeaion. With this Plymouth having the edge with speeds in excess of 170 Russla, attracted by the fantastic "Brown throws a long right)
lest than optimistic briefing sport, the Blue Devils The Blue Devils track team, purses for Sonny Listen and
aeiiloni with blue and gold were lucky to have an entry which finished second in the MPH per lap. By late this afternoon the race will be Citslut Clay, Is interested in scourge of the bt continued "Ht don't;

coaches wt were forced to come 35 But once the ball was rolling conference and second in the history. Read tomorrows Newa-Chief for an accountof sending a challenger against ranks Ht had Judge just right when he
to the conclusion that hope ia boys turned out and showednot Class AA district meet last the big bash. the winner of their heavyweight weight title two It and h,'. not clost
only dedication but promise tills fight hers Tuesday night, ,
he only potential
Overall, the five spring sportsgolf Tom Costello volunteered to year, have set their sights on Bob Nilon disclosed today, and war busily when he does. That.'s,

tennis, baseball, track, coach the team and ht ia assisted bigger and better things. Last weekend I made one of my annual pilgrimages Nilon Is executive vice.president "bum"What of the I'd give wt'rt trying to work on.'
and swimming-ire squirmingin by faculty representativeLeo Bill will not of Intercontinental Promotions uses it t little too soon, in-
Coach Duncan to Daytona to see the sports cars run, and guess again," ht
Gregory young
the depths of injuries, lost The have a good idea of) what the Inc, over all promoter of low voice "What of wilting until ht gets"",
through graduation, and inex following tankers were what? Fireball Roberts, driving a big bulky Ford Fair the $7.million fight at the Mi "
singled out as the cream of the future holds until after the could have with .. ,
perlenct. lane showed his talllights to the modified sports machinery amt Beach Convention Hall
crop: seniors John McKay, Wilbur ton" doesn't put Clay In ,,a.
Although the outlook is noticeably March 6 opener against Tampa "It's nearly certain now that
and finished distant second behind A. J.
Wells a Joe will be 50 in
Robert Bock
; Listen's will\ exceed with two of the best bo-
less than excellent, interscholastic Plant, Lakeland, Sarasota, and gross purse
juniors Charles been 12
athletics it always Larry Seckel Dry,,Steve and Griffith Don Orlando Boone. The meet will $2.million and that Clay's will Marclano knocked years ht faced namely BUI/'
rewarding. A spring sport better $1. million. Nllon "
Israel West. be held in the eighth round ind Bob Pastor
roundup follows. ; sophomores Bobby Tampa. stressed, "because of closed-
GOLF phal, Ray Bice Paul Myers, Returning lettermen art circuit television dreams of knew what they was
and Eddie Harvey Co-eaptalns heavyweight tit I '," Joe grinned "That Clay
Thomas Hatcher, Bob Ream, Since Ruisia't triumphs recently
With the most promisingteam and lettermen also he's '
returning a Clay."I
pounds have half the moves
J. 1'. Jones, Robert Bailey, over America and other
in many a year, the Winter among the top swimmers art of the
memory had. That Billy was
David Barton, Gary McDaniel, nations in the Winter Olympic
Haven linksters already Bob Hollmeyer and Norris Els- shooter who ."
and Bill Tyndal Games In Austria, Nilon explained
their backs to the wall
have wick.
f b, I JIRdS weight crown "cute" that he almost,
Also looking good in the dally Soviet official have
One win to their credit, that t The team opened practice at ,, e y other
4 ', YrM 'l man. the crown off the Louis.
Lakeland workouts art Barry < turned with new enthusiasm to
solid trouncing of two
motel pnola Rose Motel But, at he
In 1941 before he tried tt-
Don Harrison George Miller, professional boxing as a possible
the Blue Devil swingers have and Terra Clea Motel and train for his Feb.
out Louis and flat
Jim McAshan, Steve Barnes, new field for glorious and was
aim lost two King and have moved
only recently Into with Cassius
w Clay in the 13th round. Their
the Lake Region Yacht and Ronnie Booth, Don Dixon Phil 1 K. gold] producing new victoriesover
dent that
tee.Even to, this team still offers Country Club Olympic size pool. Parlnella, Jimmy Hough, Ray the United States memories delayed five years
a good chance for various Coach Costello made no promises Glpson, Jerry White, Eddie Tut- "I have been approached by gave war was a fiasco be,l
honors. U they can rally forces but he said some of the tie, Eddie Halley Mike Stone, Foyt driving a Mccora Scarab, in the Challenge Cup a big.time American motion. nor Clay Marciano the best Conn bad lost his speed
they could still match lutfur' swimmers are expected to do Bill Murrlal, Randy Tobinette, race. picture producer, who shuttle Louis younger to the Louis most of his skills
Tommy Roblnette, John Davis, between Hollywood, Moscowand the intervening years
record: first
respectable big things, even against tough
Everyone was astounded to see the big car getting rounds when sighed Joe
in conference schedule, second Griffith, and Billy Turner.Ladies' Washington," Nllon revealed yean ;
|n conference tournament, tec- competition.BASEBALL around with such speed. The Fairlane was classified "tnd that producer has most 38."LI.ton. have a way of" taking.
end in county tournament, first it had 427 Ford for with been approached by representatives punches away from you.
and third Not ont to pull punches, diamond HandicapTournament as a prototype, a engine power of the Soviet governmentin hand about as for instinct, t shot it
in competition
In group state meet. coach Jim Whitney has the full treatment in the suspension dept. It really Moscow to find out if I've ever seen," named Listen. The look'
They have such depth that already tagged his team "the Set hauled. After the race, while A. J. was in the winners our Intercontinental Promotions while the .', brown eyes hinted that
coach Bill Ortt doesn'tknow hitless wonder" But this Is would consider a big Soviet worked over have meant more to'
circle Fireball's members
even only one of the problem.allthe For Haven LinksThe one of crew kept flashing a "But he's a than a "big payday.
which four to start. Composing heavyweight challenger against
> the team II Timmy Wil pitching was lost through large sign (see below) that had everyone laughing Tuesday's winner." sod he doesnt champion thinks ht was
bur Tony Price, Buddy Simmons graduation and the outstanding qualifying round for the What a disappointment to the sports car clan Nibs brown-haired and athletic hand properly.' 1 greeted and underneath his
senior Del Reese has annual handicap tournament it '
,John Brook Danny English prospect appearing, assured sportswriters There Ire 'going exterior 1 the
been sidelined with an arm and scheduled for Tuesday by the Listen's style, 1 Bomber" Is no txcep-
Bill Mattox, Joe Gainey, Winter at the Roney Plaxa Hotel
back Haven Women'a Golf
Reynolds Includedis for a bout with
Danny :
With the March 3rd Association
three seniors, five juniors, opener "I told the producer
approaching Whitney has five Members will compete for we certainly .
and sophomore. h would be interested in
ont pitchers vying for mound duty medalist honors during this .sAVe a
The only loss through gradutUon Russian challenger If Llston
seniors Dean Delk and Brow. opening round.
here was captain Bill ard Worley, juniors Tom Steele Pairings as announced by r and wll. .cracklll, Clay can f
Perry Jr and Harry Burnett, and sophomore Mrs. Frank Pride tournament ; ql 1 draw a gross overall gate of Jetspun-
TENNIS! Bam Bennett. chairman are ts follows: about $7 million for a fight,
Only one senior In sight, the Whitney has classed his No. 1 Tee: Mrs Niels Bach, imagine what the winner and a
Cevilman Betters are not expected chargea as Jacks of all trades Mrs. Fletcher Kllnke. Mrs Ruislaa challenger could at The fibrlt. fop m4trni. with
to be t Western Con. and matters of none The spec Richard Martin; Mrs. Earl tract." rleh trim,h illvtr rm. nlilni I mylar thrttu boding.iow .
ference threat until next year. laity players art few and far Moore, Mrs. Pride, Mrs Dick The producer did not disclose
But by that time they should between* at first bass senior Madaua; Mrs. Harry King, Jr., the name of the Russian heavy.
be tough as nails and as free Philip Vineyard and junior Mrs. Lea Dunson, Mrs. R. F, weight nor his location Nilon $2295
trolling aa they come. Kenneth Holt and senior catch. Jukes; Mrs. Clarence Bell, said
They have lost to Lake Wales er Joe Polk. Senior third bait- Mrs. John Crisp, Mrs Mike e atitle.fnt
twice and downed DeLtnd. man Larry Adams II out with Downs EQUALS TRACK RECORD turn fttiKUntStiln
the five Tee No. 5 Mrs Louis Kamm ARCADIA, Calf (UPI-The e one Wil.f Ile'Nlene)
Composing top are i. sore arm. : e CeeHf In luntmir, Wirnur In
Erik: Olsen, Lewis Kendrlck, Other players, tome of which Mrs R. E. Boek, Mrs. Charles Scoundrel, the latest three.year- Wlnttr.
Lathers Mrs Frank Gardner; old racing star from Rex C.
Mrs. J. V, Csusey, Mrs Russ 3y'M Ellsworth's stables, worked a
Discount Center
Kilo Mrs. Carl Hurtlg. ; Mrs IU: U mile Friday In trainingfor I Imperial.I
H. W. ?!river, Mrs. L. C. the Santa Anita Derby, (01 Hewedete'atrd., Open t A .; H I P.M. aJOt4l1V
J Stewart, Mrs. John Parker; day29 The time equalled I MIlM W.,, .( U4mct M..., Ledge
Mrs. Howard Wells, Mrs. J. .w lie record and was Feb.//

V. McKnlght, Mrs. Mark Spen EARLY MOTORING: In 1930 Cadillac offered a In with the Jockey saddle Willie .

cer.Other V-16 and V-12 The ----------
members wishing to a engine new V-16 was rated at

play nay do to by calling 185 liP The American Austin Car Company was organized .
Mrs. Pride or qualifying dur. to build the Austin Bantam, Pontiac
lug the week. Two matches art
scheduled for each week. plated pistons and pressed steel! axle housings.And REPEAT SALE !

I'H police cars were being equipped with radios.

ptt e.

Fastest Human Tries For Record 8yPopular -

I NEW YORK (UPI) The I track's biggest "name" ..th.lete..Tom DemandFERTILIZER

"world's fastest human" does O'Hsrs Bill Croth.

af J, v e not get beaten very often so ere, Bruce Kldd, Jim Best-
e Bullet Bob Hayes may just set ty, and! John I'ennel-dropped
things straight tonight by
out of the meet for Injuries or
breaking through the .IBec.

9l JUST ond barrier"Sprinter other reasons
PUSH Hayes of Florida But Hayes could make the
will i AM and Australian long.die- expected capacity crowd of
l e BUTTON lance running marvel Ron about 15,000 forget all about
Clarke rank as two of the top
TO CLEAN the famous absentees if he
threats to set world Indoor records -
tonight In the National breaks the world Indoor record Ideal For All Indoor & Ideal For Citrus Trees

x AAU track and field championships of CO seconds flat for the 60- Outdoor Plants
Grows Faster Lasts Longer
G. p, DOWD
r Y YE at Madison Square Gar. yard dash He's tied that figure

!see nUMIINt A**,. t).CO.N.W.crimi. den.Record possibilities were cut three times already during an Ideal For Fine Lawns Enriches The Soil

nleee considerably when five of Indoor lesson ht insists bt is Shrubs And Flowers Increases Vigorous Growth
devoting merely to getting in

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Beatty, bolder of the world

BUY NOW indoor milt record at S:58.6 until .

hardest working suit In your wardrobeVIRACLE young O'Hara ran 1::56.8 last
week, scratched from this meet
because of Injury, aa did pole-
lCNarrNaeNAIT vault record holder Pennel.
1 O'Hara did not enter, electing
Instead to come back ben next
: Maybe you don't make the demand en a snit week for the New York K. of C.

that till man in the "hard hat"doe,but if you meet, while Canadians Crothersand
i Kldd skipped it because
should,t Virtdt*suit's equal to them. Tirade AVE they said the AAU meet la not

is$ KS&M't ..., Eghtwtight-but hardyt? regarded ant. In Canada at Import

blend ef 45% finttpoa wonted and K%
Dacron polye ter.Tkreogn the auuntoet) ttoyt -
I' Tirade resists wrinkly and tenadoutly hold wing Norm Beaudin will be In
215 Lb. White Asphalt Shingles the Pittsburgh Hornets' lineup
a preet (Retistt tpott, too. Those that de tonight when they face Rochester 50 LB. BAG

I I occur sponge off.) Wrinkle hang out overnightand 6.25 PER S9. league In game.an American Hockey '

Tirade goet to work nest day to keep yon Beaudm was called up from

trimly turned out 08 day $15.00 ,235 Lb. White Asphalt Shingles Cincinnati of the Central Pro
League Friday to replace Irv 6-5-5

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total some 2,500, young people
rinsing In age from t to IS In
7J different unlit with a leader-
shin' of nearly 500 adults
Both are agencies of the i .
United Given Fund of Lake Reglon. .
Both will receive! their
share of what Is railed in the car
1964 United Giver Fund-Red
Cross Campaign to be held 1 1'Vf'r1K Hp wSe v r/S
,Tuesday throughout the area, y
and the extent of their programs;
depends on how generous the
people of the Region are %
The Girls Scouts have 39 _____
troops with an enrollment of
"943 girls and 101 adult supervisor 4 ,1r
In Winter Haven, Auburn-
dale, Lake Alfred and Eagle
Winter Haven his hid more n
girls'winning' national and world r TYPICAL BOY SCOUT ACTIVITIES-Winter Haven scouts visit an Air Fere Bai.. Right, An Auburndal
honors through part lpat\on\ In area boys take part In I wide variety of projects. Left, I[ troop learnt rope-making at Scout.O Rama.
such program convention as and the the International SeniorI they learn respect for God and Country. Center, Explorer ; l

Roundup than any other In the Kenneth Schuls of Winter Haven .' award were earned by scouts nlngton, and J K. Enzor Jr, Several council officer and
Heart of Florida Girl Scout Mr. Frank Snivel of Lake during the year, SOS merit vice chairman; Fred Evan, board members give leadershipon
Council badge earned and, awarded advancement chairman A. T. a councUwlde basis Alfred
I Alfred and Vr* Adon Adam ; : ;
Kathy Keith was a delegate GIRL SCOUTS HELP UNITED FUND-W. L. Whitley of the United Giver Fund.*
and 200 attended council Brandon, finance chairman Eites, Norton Jere Slam-
of Auburndale camp ,
to the Internntlonul Red Cross Campaign staff ii displaying a fund potter with Scouts Ann Portlock, GenieCooley
I William Pickhiver, organization Jr., Jere ,
with bough Stambaugh Sr.
Pakistan last summer, andIt Council headquarter, Boy Scouting a program for I
was just announced that Mrs. George T. Costello as executive three age group: cub scouting and extension; John H. John Snively Jr., and Dr J. T. with Mr. Forreit Judy, chairman of the scout program committee, overseeing.
Dame, health and safety Griffith. the project.
cadet director, coordinatesall
Hitchcock a
:Carolyn for those 8 to 10 yean old, Boy:
scout (ninth grader)), has been activities, handles equipment
Scouting for those 11 to 14, and
elected to represent four statesIn orders, and Is a clearing
the Canadian Heritage Encampment ., house for sound operating procedure Explorer for those 14 to 18 Cub e\Yt11.L.w,
next July. I *. concentrate on citizenship and
The council. which Is headed The Gulf Ridge Boy Scout character building, scout on Yo :
hy Mrs. Joe K. Hiy of Winter' Council has 34 packs, troops '
Haven a* president, Is responlible -I' and explorer posts In the Great. hiking, camping, craft and nature 4 Dividends
all of all study' explorer learn r
for providing types er Winter Haven area sponsored
training courses, for giving professional by churches civic clubs, leadership and responsibility : RF Paid
help In the organita- PTA's and the like. The adult leadership for the
'ion. In the Individual troops, The scouting unit have an Gulf Ridge Council Is directedby RIDGE .
and In other community groups enrollment of 1.538 boys trained Charles Kline, district chairman QuarterlyGRAND
: Serving with Mrs. Hays are and gave training aid to 385 Other officer are: Dr. I
Mrs. Forrest Judy as program adults, added six units during Marvin Burdette, James Pen FEDERAL -
chairman, Mrs. H. E. Shull as I the put year, and held such
camping chairman. Mrs Robert activities as the Scout.O-Rama, r. ',f.' .' I
J. Eastman and Mrs. Harold I camporee, and Pine Wood Red DiplomatFor SAVINGS
Hitchcock a* member at Derby, which! attracted a total
.large I attendance of over 8,500 scout ZanzibarMOSCOW AND LOAN CSSOCIATION Winter Haven
Neighborhood chairmen are I and parent A Ot
Miss Dorothy Bradley and Mr. I The council report that 994 (UPI) Dmitry
Chuvakhln, 60, a career diplomat
has been appointed Rus
I sia's ambassador to the revolutionary -
HEARING AIDS I government of Zanzibar, ; ,
the official government newt

I PreMriy Pitted The Way Year Dieter W..U ....M_". agency Till said Friday '
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V. bridge, 4 tables of pinochle, and
ctivities Of Interest 1 table of canasta with t total '

of awarded 7S players.Eva Trlnque Prices, Roberta were MATH ER S STORE WIDE

Crazier, Doris Rush, Alpha
Io Haven Tourist Club Prellwits, Leola Holcom Char.
lotte Allen H. E. Hotchklss, C.
Coodart, W. Homan and Maude

'The next program 01the Fletcher, Mrs. A. T. Lohkamp, Blalrn. Hostesses were Madle
end for toe Winter Haven,Mrs. William Lines and Mrs. I Francoeur and Floy: Carrier. FEBRUARY
'ourlit Club will be held Tuesay George F. Rodcll. Miss Mar- I Members on the sick list Ire
at T:30 p.m. Belle Smith will direct members Mrs. Ann Smith Mrs. AI Ar-
,nurlus, Mrs. Elizabeth Rendler a..'
The Womia'i Club Chorus of and friends of the club are
Inter Haven, will entertain Invited Willard Lines U the and Mrs. Ruby Thompson Mrs
entertainment chairman. Pearl Hazen Is at home with a
e club with many long seleconi -
broken hip, Mrs. Ann
from solos to group lingi Thursday evening progressivecard Mrasek with a broken arm.
i They will sing songs writ- party: had U tables of I welcome.Members .
a by: Frances Willlami, Cer bridge, 11 tables of pinochle, Stables j are that recently Ir-
ude Martin Rohrer, Fox of canasta and 1 table of
rived from the North are II
;eeve, and a few of Oscar cribbage, a total of 144 players
Katherine E.
I follows Donnell, ;
ammerstein's elections. and awarding 52 priies. Host
Sault SteMarle, Mich.; Beu :
The members of the chorus and hostesses were Mr. and
lab Devore, Newton, N. 1.
r e is follows: Mrs. Frank Mrs. Rudy Mosiman and Mr. j I
Grace B. Morris, Newton, N.J.:
osnell, Mrs. Earl Baum, Mrs. and Mrs. William Westphal. i I I'
Evelyn McDowell, Orvllle,Ohio:
larence Redding, Mrs R E. Saturday: afternoon intermediate '
Mary Cox, Mansfield, Ohio;
wrenson, Mrs. Elsie Tatter, shuffleboard tournament I'
Adolph Varket Mrs Ed. between the Winter Haven Shuffleboard Marguerite Cox Easton, Pa:
n. I 9-Pc. Walnut
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cliga,
and Ray, Mrs. William Collins, Club and the Winter I and $ REwA
Mansfield, Ohio: and Mr.
r.. John Whiteside, Mrs. Paul Haven Tourist Club ended In al R
Mrs. Carl PrellwIU, Waupon,
I 2121,tie.Ambrose President Chambers Ernest Garrison end I WIs Schedule for the following Dining i Room Suite Now pR1

? Mr and Mrs John Walsh were week Is as follows: (Slightly Damaged)

the directors. Monday: 1:30: Needlecraft T
Monday evening Sing A Long p.m., Sing A Long and game
program was held with Pat
Christian leading and Mrs. Ruth later. I SO choral ODD CHESTS!
Tuesday : am. Burn and Stoln-Proof Tops
Merrill pianist Games were practice. S p.m, shuffleboard .
ar urN played with ISO members and party. 7:30: p.m., entertalnmen SOLID WALNUT -
guests. Fifty prizes were award.
Wednesday -1:30: p.m., ladies
ed. Amid Keidel and John McIntyre card party. t p.m dancing, with Top Quality Construction -
were In charge. Munofo's Orchestra from Lak. 9-Pc. Dining Room Suite
s Tuesday: morning choral practice land furnished the music. Opento LARGE
was directed by Mrs the Donation 50 cents t INCLUDES, T2-Inch ;
George F. Rodell with Mrs Thursday, 7:30: p.m progresalve Eil.nil.n '."'., I Side
luaw7 Dewle Mae Gunter as pianist. cards games Chain! Arm Chair, MM $ 5-Drawer Chests tic ? .
i. $2 3 7 '
ggss Tuesday evening entertain. ,
shuffleboard .
Friday -2pm end Hutch '.p
aDIAC'ET ment was enjoyed by 140 members llMd, .iwy Mib..iY er WiUif l
with and friends John Lopp, I party Rt,. $399.00. NOW a'd .L I
well known local magician per aa I
U formed. Mrs. Jenntne Sutton, 'Stamp Derby' '
Daniels Dumbing Co. to
monologist, presented original Sara ft Stale treed Tap
1120 *rk Si. 1W.fh. "Sketches from Life." Topic For $86a $3 2
CT14411 r CTMU1 Wednesday afternoon was ladles S-Pe. Solid Walnut x

card party: with 13 tables of Ridge Meeting Dining Room Suit Now ?.
Stamp collectors throughout
the ridge district will be give V
an opportunity to vote In the ; ODD BUFFETSVelMstotll ODDBachelor
annual "Stamp Derby" to de.
termlne which of the 15 stamp *.00

Issued by the United State same Slightly Damaged .n. NOW $48 I Chests ..ar .f
during 196S Is considered the
I best designed at the meel Top Quality Construction'
Ing of the Ridge Stamp Club 4
Tuesday: night, at 7:30, In the _
basement club room of the :
llagnolia building, Lakeland
EVERYTHING to Build Anything! Alt the New and Civic Center Winter visitors 28
and others In
all interested
Bettor Materials What You Want Whereand
NOW. ..
stamps are Invited to attend
When You Went Itl to Render
Equipped e and cast their ballots. .
Complete Building Supply Service ,fo Both _Contract Voters also will be asked to
Builder and Homeowner indicate the stamp they con! t "t
alder was the least necessary: '
Plyweed Pausing Per AI Uses and the one which in their Odd Dressers
AhMtam' .....t MwnU. Whfews a. DMSHerevaro opinion was the worst designed
a An KM d Wits. ft Vanish. Fred Stark program chairman .
leefIIIt a ,.,.,... said In his announcement, 6 Drawer Walnut
adding that he would have '
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t( "t '..Yr iTPTt A drop-leaf hearth of eerimle : If you've sot carpeting; that
) tile offer interesting posaibillUes extends to your entryway you've
t pt I probably got a problem from
for a fireplace. In a I muddy feet. To solve this mi
dropped or vertical position, It I save wear and tear on your
cm be used to cover a storage carpet, have a small area of
i.41t space for wood under the fire- the carpet cut away just inside .
place. Mounted on binfes. it the front door. la its place
swings out like a will table instill ceramic mosaic or guar
x and becomes an attractive ry tile. These tiles are durable .
hearth. The ceramic tile la and easy to clean and
mounted on plywood and frame this technique can create the
ed with angle iron or alumi- effect of an entry hall la a
num stripping. house not hiving one.

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PROUD OWNERS-Mr. and Mn. Franklin Powell and children Shirley, Gail and
the of this four-bedroom horn located at 430 16th St.
Mark owners NE In
are nw ,
NEW RESIDENTS FROM KENTUCKY-Dr. and Mrs. Palmer R. Myrs from Parts,
Lake Elbert H.ights. The j property was Kited In Multipl. Listing Service by Lois Bros
Raaltert and told by Zella Pearson of that of flea. Ky., are the proud new owners of this beautiful home on Citrus Drlv. It was purchased
was from John Lund, one of our well known builders. The property was listed In Multiple Listing '
Service by Cypress Gardens Reel Eitate and was sold by Zalla Pearson of Lis Bros.
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POINSETTIAS Wlllard D. Frederick, Director plants Including annuals dig CONTRACTORSWHO
If you have not pruned In about two inches of peat
your Poinsettias is yet, USE THEM
moss. Mix fertilizer well
thought should be given to
the problem of creating bushy in the soil Wet this down and
plants for next lesson, and allow to stand a week before 1 a
for better results
the time is now at hand. planting
Be sure and keep the ground
Ai icon ii the present bloom
moist in Calidlum bed
and. assuming the danger
and especially during extended
of a bird freeze Ii over,
dry periods.
NEW HENSON HOME-Mr. and Mn. Clarence H. Hanson hava purchatad this prune your Poinsettia After ..
lovely horn located at 1414 Ava. H, NE from William C. Reed owner and contractor. a couple of months growth, moist ill the Urns until the

Th. property was listed by Cypress Gardens Real Estate, Inc., and Wit told by A. J. they limply should tipping be tie pruned new growthto again seed ,germinates at least I I

Lynd, R..ltor.Powder. create a bushier plant. Fertilize lightly each thirty
This should be done againin days and the Rye will last
June and finally In late until warm weather In middle FIRST
Room In Home Adds To ComfortMost LAWN August May. One can have a .

beautiful Rye lawn for at ,
It.. not too late to put Rye most six months of the Uv *-. -
people, when possible, powder room I II well worth that cm be converted. Your Seed year.If .
over lawnto .
care Is given to feed the .
try to plan their bones to five condderln,. plumbing contractor will be give It a good green col- lawn regularly your permanent
their families and friends the It cm ...Innumerable steps able to spot the best possible or. It U best to usa a spreader lawn will come thru nice

utmost In comfort and con IB any home, and is a particular location for a powder room, applying the seed lightly and green is the Rye gradually
venience. blessing if there are ,..ryI I considering lowest possible remodeling In Ont direction and then fades away In the warm.
criss-cross the lawn In the er weather Cool damp weather of Winter Haven
In planning I new borne or young or elderly persons In the expense, piping mil- opposite direction. Rye Grass I
I la fine for Rye and the
remodeling your present home, family. ability in the wills and floors needs plenty of food. A quick colder the better. Next year
Another big point In Its favor and utmost convenience of us*. I
ODe of the finest Investments acting fertilizer, high la olu- plan to tow your Rye lawn
you cm make !Is a powder says the Plumbing.HeatIng -. A large closet, the end of able nitrate will do the trick. in early Novemeber or the
Cooling Information Bureau a hallway, an old pantry, the Ba sure and water after fertilizing first indication of cool weather
room. In terms of convenience
Ii that it cm easily be apace under a stairway my and keep the soilNow's You can hive a beauti-
is well as materially Increas.log
kept clean for the use of visiting such spice is a good possibilityfor ful lawn for six month X
the value of a borne, a
friends.' Never again will Instillation of. modern
I I properly cared for: '
someone have to rush to cleanup powder room. The TimeTo CALADIUMS .
AH, signs show that diamond the main bathroom when Now is the time to think SERVING THE SAVER
and precious stone jewelry unexpected guests knock on the GOOD SHAPES Build Patio about these attractive plant
are moving to greater front door. Thinking of remodeling your Plant in rich soil with a lot AND HOME OWNER
heights in spectacular beauty If you are thinking of buildIng kitchen counters Remember For Summer UseNow' of humus and keep them
and Ingenious design, the a home It will pay you that ceramic tile can be fittedto moist The larger the bulb
Jewelry Industry Council reports to talk to the architect about any corner, nook or cranny, the time to start pat. the larger the leaf and plant
Fancy shapes of diamonds including a powder room. He In addition to flat tiles, many 10 planning if you want to take as t rule When preparing The Specialized Job of Savings and Loan Azsociaao4
and other precious will recommend in attractive special shapes also are available advantage of those pleasant to plant always remember to
stones, such as the marquise lavatory with modern faucet, Known as "trim units," summer evenings that begin in Improve the toil For most
pear, oval aDd emerald cuts, wall hung water closet and they make it possible to turn he spring.
are being used in a varietyof smartly styled medicine cab corners, round off edges and
intriguing ways to create inet. provide t neat easy-to-main Besides adding outdoor living
spectacular and intricate designs. Most any house, though, says lain surface for any ceramic spice, a patio cm make the i
the Bureau, bn some space tile Installation. inside of your home seem
much larger:Windows and glass

.. loon help to accomplish this.A .
flight of steps is avoided,
and an economy gained, whenever .
, COMING FEB. 25th
I near the the inside lime and level.outside are

To make your patio com.
pletely functional, it ahould be
h a surfaced with a durable and YOU
eaiy.to-clean material such as
quarry tile. This rugged mierial -
DOW comes In a varietyof
fadeproof colors and differ Visit Our Showroom
ent shades Its first cost is its ARE .
mil cost for tile never needs Display
to be painted or polished. __ J
Once the patio la completed QUALITYPLUMBING
you should give the project a FIXTURES
finished appearance by land- '
caplng. Well thought out ,rad. for the Nt.,..., .Ita..., e4 WISE/
log planting and screening, Ie.e6ry, '., ,Iu.bt. sea' si
tc.ster s.e supply DJwrihtwM
rather than bow much material
II used or money ipent, determines pram.(fly." .. -
the success of land-
caplng. ... ..
t ytett+ wr ',.} i t a r tr A tiled patio, properly landciped N rI I to
will more than pay for w ,. ,
Itaelf if you decide to sell your % r r
home. In the meantime it will Hlwav 1y Nwl

provide you with perennial Have.


to borrow only when you

Whole-House Air Conditioning! Repair must and then if you do,

borrow where it's best.If
Modernize .

RF 1iRfATEt WINTEit wtrel with a loan for a home Is included

25th at the North Gate Shopping Center QualityMaterials in your plans for

9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1964, may we suggest thatit

Let us furnish will be
to your advantageto
Interfiling informative displays ADMISSION IS FREE
the materials LUMIIt see us first.P.g.
demonstrate the latest development HOOFING

In the air condition field. Everyone Is Invited! Bring your for the complete PAINTS

Whether family and friends. Mate a date WINDOWS STOP INI
plan to buy air
you job . DOORS

conditioning now or later, you owe nowl SEE YOU AT THE BIG G-E HARDWAREIf

It, to yourself to get all the facts.' COMFORT CARAVAN. you are building or remodeling, you can save on the
seat of materials by purchasing them through us.
Substantial savings are your when we can deliver your
GENERAL ELECTRIC supplies In a quantity order. Spreading your purchases
around to several places Is costly' to you. Lot u.
give you a price on materials for the entire lob.I' a



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Winter Haven UCY srll2 p 203 AYL A. N.W. OF WINTER HAYEN CY 4.3101

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Girl Scout Scrapbook II Y..Yw., .

Burn w. BRIGGS Camp Dorothy Thomas wee
gTb f Song Workshop conducted the icene of the Cadette TroopS NOW OPEN ;
by the Senior Scouts of camping trip In the early MODEL APARTMENT
Troop 4 wae luch a bit sue- part of February Mr. and Mri
ease that Mr. Adore Adams, Otis Bice, George Edwards, and!
, Neighborhood Chairman of Auburndale. > Mrs. Don Tripp chaperoned the
has asked Mn. girls on a trip to the Florida
> James Hankln to repeat It forth Stat Fair.
', benefit of that group of The Tampa Police Department =
|Girl Scouts. It will b. held today provided free parking and< Beautifully furnished by MODERNAGE
|I at 1 p.m. at the Boy Scout free admission to the fair. Mri
. House behind Tampa ElectrieI Bice told me that everyone wee
Union Street in Auburndale. glad for the cabins at Dorothy
'Mri. Adams, Mri. Richard Thomas at they had one night
Wolford Mri. Jan William- of tornado and thunderstorm -
ton, and I, your Cookie Chairman weather which would have been
from this area attended mighty uncomfortable in tents.
a lovely luncheon at the Lakeland .: Girls who made the trip Included
Yacht Club Thuriday. We : Lee Bice, Patty Ed-
lave our packets oj literature wardi Jean Jewell. Becky
assembled and are ready for Teeter, Pam Meson, Patty Me
the grand two weeks in March Carty, Cathy Jackson, Carol
when the cookie. will be told. Elects, Pat White, Sue Tynei,
At the meeting, Mri. Joe K. Susan Keith, Cathy Dillashaw,
Hari, our Heart of Florida Girl Holly Stone Patti Tripp, Mary
( $count Council President an.I Lee Hitchcock, Patti Kerce, and
Bounced that Mri. Robert East Cathy Murphy.
t! JOan will be a part time pro- Junior Troop 139 has begun
sfonal worker In the field working on their Cooking Badge
t' with Miss Barbara Horton of :
i ;,of publicity. Helen has been
" 1-fan active worker for the Girl Tampa Electric. These girls are
[,Scouts for many year and did also! working on their Gypsy
i an excellent Job of coordlnat- Badge and have finished their .
ling and publicising the Lake Hospitably Badge. Each of the
(Silver Encampment We would patrols planned prepared, and -
her on served refreshments for the
(like to congratulate
this new post and wish herDuck. troop meetings Mri. K. K.
It couldn't have happened Hufitattler la leader of this iit r4
. to a more qualified person. very active troop.

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I Duplicate Bridge Club M

|H Then were IS tablet in play The Dm three places in the.
Monday The winners of the east were won by Winter Haven
north'south were: Mri. Philip players with Mri. Frank
[Trohn of Plant City and Mri. Stapor and Mri. Betty Mehr-
[perry Blakemore, first; Mn. lust, first; Mr. G. W. Brown
, [Clarence Bell and Mrs' L. J.I and Mri. Otis Porter second;
:, I Long of Winter Haven, second; Mri. Bob Paul and Mri. Rob ,
Mri. 0. M.
Mrs Lewis W. Fogg Jr. and ert Welsh, third;
I )tra. Roy Wise of Winter Ha- Mulkey of Auburndale and Mri
(Ten, third; Mri. Notice Thorn Harry King of Winter Haven,
IfciU and Mri. Ted Flannigan fourth; and Mri. Turpin Gerard
Jcf Winter Haven, fourth; Mrs.c' and Mri.. John L. Olson, ...
Yen and Mri. ,Graham Cochran Those who bad above average
of Auburndale, and Mr. games were Mri. W. D. Hurt
and Mri. Ray Grams of In- 0. M. Mulkey, Charles -Shuester .
dianapolii, tied for fifth. and Stanley Sapp.
Then were 11 tablet In play
Wednesday night Mrt. Mildred
For Trite and Otto Rice of Lakeland
first; Mr. and Mri. P.
Dependable L. Davies of Bartow, second;
Mrs Lewis Fort Jr. and Mn.
Ted Flanlgan of Winter Haven,
Plumbing third; and Mn. W. D. Burt UR.
of Winter Haven and 0. M. .WINTEItHAVEN
Service. e Mulkey of Auburndale, fourth. "
Dr. and Mn. Jukes won tint
IA place in the east-wtst play with MIN-l M ,
DO -
CALL Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brown
taking Meond. Third plata went
to Mn. Clarenc Bell and
George Hopton of Weitfleld, ;
MACPlumbing N. Y., with Mr. and Mn. DIRECTLY ON SPRING LAKE
Omer Kupler of Kenosha, Wise.,
taking fourth. ,I
I Co. Dave Houseman and Stan
ley Sapp had above average
210 Sblh St. S.W. game ,
A matter point game via be '
played her Monday. For Your Leisure And Relaxation ,c,
j', For The Best Years Of Your Life. j

Water Front Garden Apartment directly on Spring La U. WinterHaven A congenial Recreation Center, with meeting and card rooms .kitchen end screened .
Your -
lanai, PLUS outdoor facilities-ell dedicated to the health and happiness of Winter
of 63 thoughtfully planned on- .
Harbour Apartments !is select group Iud Haven Harbour Apartment-owners:
and two-bedroom apartments, with l I,11 and 2 baths in a masterful community
Shuffleboard Courts
Heated Pool
plan, with complete recreation facilitiei for your leisure hours set In one of the Putting Green Swimming Fishing end boat docks -

Fora loveliest waterfront locations !in Central Floridal 1 Every Winter Haven Harbour Apartment end location conveniently near golf courses, bowling, boating and sluing

f has a direct view of f Spring Lake centers, baseball training camps, and Polk County's 600 fish-stocked fakes
pwwembsred oliday. bay tier a Over 15 lakes can be reached directly by water, through Interconnecting

4pasb bttoEDuaCycle portableKichenAid canals, from Winter Haven Harbour Apartments' own fishing & boat dock.

EVER Apartment Includes all of the PLUS: City conveniences In a suburban, tropical setting city water supply, city ]
I sewerage, hug nearby'shopping centers, public transportation, church. of all
denominations, medical facilities, and cultural and social activities In cosmopolitan
I following as equipment:
the Professional DishwasherDryerOlt Winter Haven.

I Individually controlled CENTRAL AIR.CONDITIONING & HEATING ALL THESE FEATURES make your Winter Haven Harbour

All-electric: GE kitchens: rang, oven, refrigerator, waste Disposal! the ultimate for relaxed living 1
>**ft d** _...**".loo.In tNs new.big fawny capacity Apartment home
KltcheM4. Plat these species features: Step-saver kitchen, with all-mica counters and cabinets

Imported ceramic til. bathrooms; mica vanity; ilip-pruf tub with "grab-rails; CON-DO-MIN-IUM
Durable porcelain... nonskid ceramic tile floors
1" end out Color-coordinated wall-to-wall wool broadloam carpeting Winter Haven Harbour Apartments are NOT co-operatives, but CONDOMINIUMS! ,.
New Classic look ..Itlas..pt.font with extra-wide Individual apartments ere owned "in f fee simple." Each buyer receives a Warranty ::.
spacious rooms
Light airy ,
StylingGuldtd Deed, Title end Title Insurance Policy to the apartment he owns plus an undivided share .:.
Action Power Generous closets, with lowered doors for ventilation the and
In the ownership! the community !land and recreation facilities. Enjoy safety
I+ .Wishing No hand-rtntlnf Decorator-styled Interiors, with colors of your choice security of individual home ownership, plus the benefits of shared cost for the wonder-
a bclulhreclreul.'eI Pre-wired TV and telephone outlet Master TV antenna full amenities of estate living.
lint air for ate. fie-Thru Electric outlets raised 24" from floor to avoid stoopingFor Each owner is liable only for his own mortgage debt if any and is NOT responsible for
drying defaults of the developer or other apartment owners.From ,
+ Automatic Rinse Agenti "

i Dispenser apot-lre* helps dry ashes '+ 10,750 and $45 Per Month

I .top Convenient cacti..tilted utomatle-nft design each building: additional storage' e Includes all charges for ground fees Joint maintenance costs such as water, sewerage,

Automatic reef gently ret washers and outside lighting, care of grounds and recreation facilities management and taxes. ;
tracts eitra-long power cord areas automatic dryers. Does not include your own telephone and electric: usage.
DittCycle let yea RINSEand J Winter Haven Harbour Apartmenh are Ideally located on US No. IT, et 1700 6th
lunch HOLD dishes breakfast so you end use DUM| 2-bedroom, 2 bath apartments also Include a GE dishwasher end your own Street N.W. about 200 yards north of the Northgata Shopping Center, and facing f

ttJU CYCLE lust| once a day j GE washer-dryer combination plus I private balcony off each Master Bedroom. directly on Spring Lab.
No IrwUlbtlon *rUnccoat r e od
$975 :
Jut MODEL APARTMENTcharmingfyfurnishedbyMODERNAGE.! /

.coat eD.er Par Mmsth Four Carefully Designed Apartment
from 10 to 6
NOW OPEN every day a.m. p.m. tfj

Compare and you'll buy the hsfKltchenAlcft- Layout Are AvailableOne '
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snwA.MSR. Bedroom Apartment

sin thtrn it Two Bedrooms, one bath, ,*" WINTER HAVEN HARBOUR APARTMENTS j

Two Bedrooms, I'/j baths,

Two Bedrooms, 2 full baths g y 1700 6th Street, N.W. (US No. 17)) :

Telephone: 293-1606 J
Each of Winter Haven Apartments three buildings, has Hi

own elevator, with service to afl floors, so that you have no SALES AGENT: A. J. YND, I

and APPLIANCES tiring stain to climb.I Phones: 293-4200, office 293-4500 home ?' +

Ter betalve WHS*"*" sealer "II ale *** H_ ArM
The House of Qualify -
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(I) Announcement (I) Announcements ((2)) Help Wanted I ((6)) Special Services ff --J, ((8.ABusin.as) Property ((10)) Articles For S.!. -

.. We have a ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS AUTOMOBILE mechanic for on. ot INCOME TAX SERVICE. My o FOR RENT: OffIce *pc. er man WITH purchee of Blue! Luttra.
3M-1447 Polk County leading service d- tie, or your born by alWalnt. atom.. Kent to Morrlaona. Cn- rent Elctrto Carpet Bharnnm.

lovely selection of M..U...*. Health Tuesday Department3rd 1:11: P.U. apply partmant fcxetllant Only experienced working oond send 172-1049.mont, tl'00 up i e 20-Mar. CHECK BELOW FOR THE BEST tral Ay*. CV S-a76. 30-33 for Hardware.11.00 per daI. Jolla aolon 03-29
employee benefit Con.
St and AT.. D. NW tlon'llul Wuidham Service Mir Winter Hann Drafting C.. Business -
Dressesin PO. Bos lOM Chevrolet' Center or caU CV MU: All typta Commercial A Opportunity ftOLLAWAT REDO: Baby feda
::10-33 Reildentlal draftlniSatlilacUoa 0 LOCAL SERVICE. HighchaIr Ch .lu aw -
Anyone knowing the addna or Guaranteed Floor Pollaheri. U Do .
hereabout of Earl Rlrkard formerly I CURB GIRLS WANTED. Appl POE '*"". Used r*
Drawn Bldg. CY 4-1423 Grocery and RENTALS. 2801. *. O. Kw. .
'junior alzei 5 to 15 of Florence Villa please notify Burger King, 2401 Hartndal Meat Market Equlpm.nl. tat -TF
Mr Geom E. Berry Kl 4, Blvd 13-21 ITT model freeitr canes meat case*. -

misses sizes 8 to 20 Vlncenea Indiana. 23-31 ALTERATION Wom.n'. Chll' SAVE MONEY. I. SAVE TIME relrlgaratlon display CUM, drink WHITE Lace Wedding Gown, Kk

NEED MONEY dress and Mane Also m.n4f' boo.--rer. : MW, food chopper, arlna length 3 tiered iklrt. elm
"a look yoad like to w.atere etc. .. *' R.rr".aUoD and adding machine 14 Call after I;39 p,m. WO T-28I11
HAVEN .udnttc
BEAUTY Bewia tIJIA Pr 3-3137.: CALL TODAY S and ElKtrloT'Ml. Auburndal a>-..
Earn it ei thouiandi of women >o-a ? t1Is' : Loaey A. nu*
E" and .. af*
have" do. Represent AVON COSME: 31-34 RUBBER: STAMPS For check
SALON Winter Haran Floor Surfacing Co. endorsement ilfnatur" .
TICS. Batlefaetlon Ouaranuid MOTEL 13 ='o: Man cIt other purpoMS aJao datlnt
L. A. MOUTZU HO.000 SIS, La. lamp wall ,
JuItvi'AVCTTAGE Haven Write P.O. Box IMS or Mil .. nrat (U Phone CY 4JNtO2 Repairs Alterations AUTO SERVICEDODGE eatloa la WInter He-YaoTcv Hm, .t.mpa STAR PRESS Pboti.BuckM CU228. \

Hotel U2-UI7 Lakeland. I-TF 111 ..... A- NW. TI

I clltRvtcEb1i"ooml r Tax KW. PAuse Florida Room Aluminum Die- with utabllehad bUll no.. for Try Dltdas Tabltti formerly B,,,
OPENING SPECIAL count Sal.. sale, 300 3rd St.. 8W. CY MIW A-DiM Mow name aamo formula.
GOO Cypress Gardens Road 3-Mar. I Co. CY 8-SM4. Authorlwd Factory Service On Only .Wo. Andereon
331 lib It.. SW. U-Uar. 13 i 8121JUN' Drug.3.33FOR
9 A.M. 'til T P.M.: Immediate WANTED Lawn Mower Repair, Lancr
Open PERMANENT WAVE too Chryaler Plymouth BALE II" rae ... ... Iw
Work.<< Nothing too large or
Employment ,.,. OR WOMAN burners and a (rill. Five
mall Pick up 4 Dell WHEEL CHAIRSWHEEL Valiant month
V CLOd HEPAIBFairfax $5.95 CRAMERS REPAIR HOP PART old. iioooo. CY a-iMa. a-a

and modern Work suerVVROtod Lynchburg ltd FR 1-1101. 102DO FLOYD ROBERTS MOTORS
Antique fur 13 rnonth. PICK-UP or a-iisi I Waitr ss.i TIME USED!: REFRIGERATOR .
I'E.LIVERY M. F. Gn 1835 YOU NEED BRICK MASON CHAIRS for rent AIM I 221 Sixth St., SW M1UPHOLSTERING Range Washers Direr
N.A. Open trom I 00 p.on. I Short Order Cook TO BUILD A PLANTER BARBECUE Hoipltal Bed. Crutchee Walker 17-M., 17 TOY ROUTEVery Freeur TV Beta Bier**
00 pm, w..kdo'L .All dcv week'57Jab. "For Styles That Stay'Just OR PATIO it. Call *. Commode Godfrey Renteli Air Conditions, fteeoidt,
..uA....... "''.' .....-.'>11..-. 23u Mutt be experienced. Good r.v-- -LocaL-- _' U.aa0 CV "2411. 174 Ave. A. MW 14-TF Small Starting Capital tlond fully furantd Tenon
.1. GOOD From 129 95 4 Up JOHNSON
starting laltry employee ben.. INCOME APPLIANCES! Leke Alfred .
YOUR flte. Apply In person to reataur- ((6-A) Animals & SuppliesTHREE ALUMINUMSCREEN Operate from Home Phone 373-1133: NiUa 373-15M
A Few Of 13-n
ant manager Eckerd Drugs, FINE CPHOL8TERINO EX. AVAILABLE
&V Our On Premises Cypress Gardena Road. 23-25 *.r:4'Id Daehihund: pup- ALUMINUM DISCOUNT fabrlo elctlnn. WOLFS UHOL8TERY S-bedroom ulle, 0 E. waiher. J
onl1 pit. Fin futum with all Ihoti SALES CO INC. CV 1-6584 231 SHOP J14 Avenue A.ag WINTER RAVEN and alto tore, refrigerator. Other tot,,. I
Services SERVICE RATION Local Pee them at 1401 Hickory it. CJTMO ttb It.. SW, 13-ltar. 13 CY -2710 DayNightJJM Bartow Plant City Item Very c'OO condition. Verrreaaonabl
I young man fairly e perlencedMrvlclng (- 1"31 22 Lakeland Balne City *. 1-7718, 30.34
$9.95 : tint. lubereatlon metallallona Lak Walt Melbourne
Stone Setting, Kingi Rethink ate. MUll bo ambltlotu and HEARING AIDS plus several other ..-*.. BEAUTIFUL BLOOMINGAzaleas
willing to work Any cold wave Id. Prongs rebuilt solid gold< TORES. fat 30-33 Piano Tuning & Repair W* will appoint a alneer mall or
PUPPIES woman to
MALE PUG use our eale aid In
)'Jf In itock to and diamond watch bands repaired PART TIME caihler. prtncd POLK HXARlNa' CENTER ..tabU.ht... and servicing a num r rI

up Rings and diamond Apply In person between 100 Age 1 monthi. All temporary Coker :Bldf 15 3rd 51.. NW ExperIenced gradual technlclaSatlifaetlon ber TOY of SHOP"sensatIonal U eelf-efrvlc
Dlaplay market
S25. pendants built to order pm:00. -p,m.'.00 aundow pm. 100: ...pmU ..u. -, abota. Pedigreed registered Phone_1051053SALES SERVICE guaranteed FREE ::a"i1Y&r.t'n; store ajyic.*to. You get
Mr. Cooper Wonderful Little and guidance.
31-34 AKC. petf. ESTIMATES. For appointmentphone
StXPAUU BATTERIES varitiei Gal Cam
All work rhodium finished for However FOIl matt replace I
Bine w* are movtn In V w.e". the ultimate In beauty dog appeal big dog stamina 4-TF '"-1888. Donald a Jones toys each wk and collect money.

In the new Southeait Shopping EXPERIENCED: waltraw from ::10- Reasonable 1881 nth St., NW. 87-Feb. 2a REQUIRES, ONLY Juit i few left at ,
Center w* prefer not to move our U Must bo ntat Apply\ In p-
pr.. nt etockCountry CITY JEWELERS Chase Roitaunol Jo .Y'ia-i4 Phone Bartow IU-4S32 VACUUM CLEANERPARTS FEW
Club Beauty Saloi tt Ird St, N.ff. 23- HOURS 50))! Each !

SERVICE for Klrtnr,
CY J-1839
1613 Dundee Rd. tt-t ((3). ) Situation Wanted Hoover, Electrolui and all ether. EACH WEEK
CtASIFIEDDISPLAY ((7)[ ) To Buy or Trade melee. Fro.* .pickup. REYNOLDS delivery VACUUM and ootl- i CABLING RE-SETTING: This I* not a Job but I chance toget Othert $100 Up

COtVTK OTMIBY CLEANER .11& VI C. Phone Complete clean-up' Free Eftlmite Into something you may harealway
FOR: child* 5 CY (4US. "1&1'. I Call LUKES: TREE SERVICE wanted a buelneie otcar come early while we hare i' .:
W"l"o CY J-MJ4. WX! Eli used applIances and furniture CY M3S. 11-Mar. EL own On tar b* band- good selection ,
FAIULOUS and .. aU seed ppllaae.M In apace time tlll leave e
1. WRITER, BRIGHTER and furattur BrookS Appllaneti DAY NURSERYHAPPY room for

FACTS CLOTHES ((5)) House Trailers FunUtur mi Hawdal :Blvd loTI', Painting Papering TtuUAtl'GETRic'H.QUfCK.SCHEME Now U the time to pJut'r

full CASH FOR ORANGES GRAPE If na hart a desire t* better pour'
S. SOFT LUSTROUS HAIR kfOBlLd HOMES Palm FRUIT. On tree or ", or.. LI- CY S-S3W solO If sober honeet, and reallyIncer we have a good selection of f
FRANKLINWHAT Shore Mobil. VUlago BL M cent of conan d Dealrr Telphon CY OUR MOTTO *. h.re a ear 1393 (minImum all iltei
4. CLEANER, SMOOTHER Ako Alfred. 11-TF M736 after I 00 "ID. t-31 Tender LOT 4 Car L 3. MeCOY Qualltf wmanihlp required), apply at one. giving "I I
SKIN V-TF faat clean and reteonabl complete detail about your
IS MOBILE HOMES .. Phone CY K5M. Ill dlb elf. phone smoker Airmail erwlral
CALL Trade for anything of rtlu ((8)) Month ( Year Street Jao-Phyl VUlag IT-IT ?'et9t14
STATE RD. MO. Phone 381-4941 Buick RIviera Kitat Wagon "TI'
::10-23 Very good condition throughoutNew 43. NURSERY LANDSCAPED :
battery muffler point, pluie, V
What$ Hous. Air Conditioning Soft Water Service U ft Furnlahfd House Trailer.Toilet brakea.> PB H.P'i, air conditioned OPENING'AIVALABLE JORDAN'S TV SALES SERVICE: 4000 H.venef.1. Blvd. !:
It both cooling and h.f. and nfrlnralor 00.Adama deluxe eye glue, good NORTH CATS SHOPPING(
Trailer Park. U.8. J.4rr tires, body and paint perfect. Must FOR BALD Body Shoo Eselomeet. .
.... Ing, with temperature, humidity de. :90-23 sacrifice thli automobll for flnaiflal IJ'n'LEDARLYNSDAY CENTER With lea.. Phone UGolden '
dirtrl.bution 293.258014. naeon. Can be Men at Randolph Phone 29S-8W3 dale WO 7-1130. 1043 CY: 4-2184
: ;:,:. .n") prpr air )":r ALE: Furnlihid Spartan Auto Salel In Lak Alfred NURSERY FASTEST TV SERVICE IN SOUTH

V under control. It I I.V II trailer and cabana Good prlco or call Geom Phllllpl at John. 1-11 ,*. -a-
It I. tho elaan See Jamu WUllama, Lake Prrr IOn'> Appliance Lake Alfred, FR M IH St.. us CY l-3e i"AlftcMonato I
ventilation. (I.A Instructions Trailer Park: :30-21 1-118.. >>2J car ti r.ucklldnn. 14 ft.
el ..Ir.Ido.ny ) .** I CLOTHINGLADIES Business Cheat typ '- EJW: *: !
Ins and -.-- .- B Unt eendlUoB. 10000. ttt-tO. 4..j j

It U all of hie- MOBILE: LIVING Lie...*. ApproT Opportunities NOW SEE FAMOUS OLSON RUGS f
FOR all types .lmultono.usly. this I. Niwll' IN YOUR HOME Phmw AJ
majoring In Secretarial AccountIng AT ITS BEST .
memorandum IlIu." call Do have nice clothe Cad, r>-1327 Your Olioa man
An FHA Typing IBM keypunch you you for
Why not live In a four eta? perk aU Polk County tt Boautlful
V U fold offices In HO I WINTER HAVEN BUSINESS en a lovely leke? One thet bee cant wear? Well don't daipalr, t Well Setabllehed retail buelneM color and paturna to select '"' .
V COLLEGE, 294-8168 or com by office city typo nwtra, tIne drinking weetar. Ji SWAP SHOP (Open Soon) equipment In ehopplsg eent -
.tiled "Within a few yianany MS Avenue B, NW. 38-reb. 33 .
: direct 1 power company melerafor TBB ENCORE SHOP r Only IIOOOO. .7 Good
that U not wholo minimum lctrlral bill atom tarma. lInen
homo forcw sale
with all the fun type rarraatloiaellltlM Next to Norg Village In the Visit Our Used
homo air conditiontd will Then thlnci WB BUY -
1to'Wi .LLG l"reDtttA Thrlftway Shopping' CenterOr
GET INTO el-n your. at PALM hlng of Talue Call 3-S405 I. Well ntablUhod .*-,,, hut.neu .
probably' bo obtoUictnt. tOBILX VILLAGE. Just trloJ SHOP, U.S. 17 Eagle Lake. 30-2 equipment Cloee-la.
minutes from Winter Mares, north It 3-3M7. 31-Mar. U Only 111,000 down
/ CIVIL SERVICE WORKI rlllait at Lake Alfrtd Ba 1960 DODGE: Phoenix VI, 4 Dr. - MerchandiseDepartment
IocFEDDERS II on Moatly Itoad sd. PS.. RtH. factory air W Lr ..J I. Car yank equipment A budding

Men-women 18 and Secure eo -.loCal-OW11er; low III. Clt,. Ca. lie 1-.4 oerp
over. ,
LITTLE BEAVEE Travel TraIler. .....DlbI..
S,'.e I Wends. Urfwt SolllRf Job*. Klflh pay Short 13 ft. te 17 ft. COSTELI.OS Travel mlletge. Automotive ((8)) Automotive
rtlltr'Lak* Blue, off Hanndal' ((8)) 4. 0*. Station ",000 .
Whale Home hours. Advancement. Prepare 383465J. -S3- 1958 PLYMOUTH Fury VS 4 Good corner.
V Air C.edltl.aOaiATTKISSON! by home study tor local state Dr. Sd. PS., RtH torque- Buy Your Air I, Coin operated laundry Wen radio good itereoi appliance etc. Repoi.TVi and,
WANTED Small Travel Trailer flit trans, extra clean. 1543 PLYMOUTH 4 hr. I CaL, tablUhed Excellent:
and federal exarai. For FREE froM .
In trade for Renault auto. l In top AT. beater _" ,." alOOS ConditionCar Only 11300. T.rma trade-lni. Out of this world
Information white: Lincoln Service bapo. J9MS5J. -S3- prices .
957 CHEVROLET BelAIr VI. I MERCURY 4-Dr,, Auto Tran. ,

Healing & Cooling Chief.. Box A-1361, 0/0 News--29- LUMPTUM' ( and metal camper for Dr. Powergllda, radio. lt5' Real Clean ...___._.._.? |.8S Now ( laM Patio Kattaumnt or purchased. Can lie Terms as low si fl-iS Week

all pick-up trick HMOfl eaih Real clean. 115' CHEVROLET Impala HT
Call CY 3-0289 Telephone( CT t-ni7. 21245AJ T-a __.,._, 389 CLEARANCE SALE! T. Tarant store bulMlnga' B8
956 CHEVROLET BelAir 190 DODGE H ton Pkkmp. $17 1963 section In chopping center.
(I-B) Loans Up To $600 Convt. Powergllde, RItE, HAMMONDS tIED CARS Fully equipped., Low Beautiful mileage lus ABeasley up @!..JiEgIERVICE
( ) Moving & Storage real aharp. 3440 AT*. E, BVjT, Winter Haves tire,.
V.rREP. .21.1 CY 3-MM Day CY 1-1401 new Trade from Realty Co. STORK

I In Real Estate Loans DfPERIAL MOVING STORAGE 1961 CHRYSLER Newport 4 31-r original owner NI Ilk .... 1nr CT inn UT Ave A, NW CY 3.ZHS
your I II CY .tllTl
with all the Hometown New byending Prompt and efficient service for Dr. PS., PB.e Extra clean. SPEEDOMETER: Tachometer.Complete $3,995 20.2S
him the Winter Haven i On :. .lno? Improved property III your movIng nxda. Call 1'01IIALE Small
Mrrlc Weetern
: Auto
Dally I News-Chief. Special ratesa n doom com aimply bring CY a-4tN for free Mtlmatu.I 1.it.cob; Aiaoclat etore I ROOM of fIne furnltur Tk
Roberts L J Bernice. lea SWCY 1963 BUICK 4 Dr. Electra: Good bualneaa
month $3.80. Call CY 3-3191 now. I I.TFo In your deed or legal deeerlptloa >nta for Atla Van Lin*, Inewnlnf Floyd .... 1.TI' food location. Rent reaaonable,* over payment of 19.M per "..11.
w* also make 2nd mortgagee *U 50 data.. 14-TF Fully equipped including bevtltve. phone T3-1414 Night I Including refrigerator *> rant -
moat bane completed the earn Motors factory air cond. One owner r3-1834.: 33-Ir. 33 Like new Warehoun Furnltur
day and confidential tool Ml MERCURY Comet Wagon Sale (3 ll-M
Station lib SU NW
E-SPEClAL-LY low mileage : :
((6)) Services 4-door Dlux Standard ehlf
Special Dealer
for you Domestic Loan Your Dodge radio, new tire:. Excellent condon : $3,495 (I 10)) ArtieUs For Sal BEAUTIFUL blond console TV Vcr
TIRA BOC1 It KERA %21 Sib St, SW CY I-41D1 SACRIFICE tMioo tot Sodat. '80 1100.00. CY t-M 4. JO-M
SINCE IBM Jan-PhyL ::10-23 -

Fashion Wave C.,. A A 3rd KW CY 4-3118 CUSTOM ALTERATIONS MADE -DRAPES Blind ftltehad AND _31-31 1981 BUICK LiSabre 4 Dr. Sedan RUMMAGE: 8ALB Clothing. I Quality uniform reconditioned pn-packaged mem .work Si*

V .... modern oqulpmcnt 1019 Hickory 351 VOLKSWAGEN! : Sedan Good Fully equipped In S'6PHt'\lo; and eloctrlral *urnll'. I IV. what you .buOIA Hint and color
Permanent NW CY t-lKt, Mr*, Edna. 1'I* FORD fill Firm. 390 22nd condition. 3MOOO.. Phone 2M-12OT eluding factory! air condo HOLE SWAP HOP.: $1 00 par ault. lit Artana A...
((2)) Help Wanted Schouw. !..rob, 23 St. EW. 31-34 3S-3I I new tire,. One ... IT Eagle Lai. Auburnd! Acroaa from Continental
with -- owner tl-34 Can Co. U-Tr
1 aqcv.er\ pn.cn. SYiI.IluI.uM.auR.auMI.uuIuIIIu.IlIu.II
I FORD ".., automatic. R4JI $2,195
V Ker-proteln EXPERIECNED ...Itr.... Must be paint leat covers and tire*, ISED TT BETS: At I*. Take (IO-ABe.tt&Motor.
neat and dependable. Apply In per. : 11.M, conditIon SMS. CY HBM, 1962 BUICK Electra peter pIck 11000( oach JohnenR )
additive 'on between 10O p m and t 00pm 023- 22V Fully Appllanca. Lake Alfred. 373-1H
00 p.m. 11,00 m .
Sundown Restaurant rl- 7 rlve Our Way a Deal Your Wa Including factor; 3-TF
1 ) I. LeMma Snort Coupe air condition FOR SALE Boat Lift Bet or-
I 1943 Red A white. A beauty. Gocxdeal. FLOOR '.mpl... Beta fer. CY M77J. J1-J4
; : I I BAH. AT., bucket eoate. a 00I $2,695 blea. I.mp.. lie 11 chain t*
WHITE alngl *
woman or couple
: up.
wanted to live at Camp CHECKERBOARD umU : 00 p m.: daily I anytime weekend Torm. Wanhouaa Furniture ..,.., rude ft. I'iborglaua boat 1& HP ErIe: tilt
Lo.tori 13401 AT NW. ,
C. 38-2 13 4th St NW. motor olwtrie trtr
a "Leap" h-
fashion coiffure noue,* work OF FISHING ALL THISI CARS 'RcaD, RIGHT M9BI OLD8HOBILE Whit. 4-door. log boat. IMS 00 cV 4-3343.3343
No rontar.qul..d For InterView I all air condition fully equipped. Including factor: .
I power HATWOOD and Wakflel4
call Mr*. Miller. CY 3-7108 4.DI. HASOTOPSU I. loaded eondltlon air condition bamboo Boat, let M Sailboat
BEAUTY WALK 30-34 a. I. un LINCOLN one owner Perfect livIng" room furnltur IOnic up. Canoes
One .wn. L..d. SAYS .. th... ears.U I Trudy Hainan' Can b* errs Poor. e. l with I chaIrs buffet ] Trailer. toe U, Electric Outba'15.$99S3 .
1SSS lUvendale CY 1-7419 un LINCOLN 4.DI. UP at 930 AT.. C. SW. No trade. |nvi. $995 batch to match! Alao mice U2I an Outboirdl. MtO COlT!:'"
cash, 8311MI LOB. Herendele. 8M-MM. 41-
ROUTE SALESMAN wanted Age Leaded law ", II..,., Price I. Iht. pU Lake cOla Dr. SE. 21.24TYPEWRITER

28 to 50 Commleelon plua company un COMIT 4.95. IIDAN UI : OLDSMOBILE Holiday Sport 1961 DODGE 4 Dr. Sedan Fully loetrlo USED fiihn' rig wanted .

CLASSIFIED DISPlAYrtJtqe'l and beneflte Health Group Retirement.Life. Accident Ap- ItIM out., $'t'lOllIIi..I. aU Sedan Air conditioner. RAH, PBPS .. equipped including factory machine. 1 HP pump S ..h....addlnc 1 UP oiotor aluminum: or to plaitle boat. tr*.>
15 .
owner cr perfection con up HP
ply Borden* Dairy, 44 look. WireDclvL un 'ALCON 3.95 UU I ion'I rJ-U8: 33231MO air condition. pump 1 phaee, commercial I vacuum or* Spot .
$ JwJr J.akeland, FIn 12-33 't4, traeeelssiee. pa 0-1041.drover, bench aaw and Joiner CY LAkB e5.154t 4dAt BASIN
,,,, coavaut aDs. UU 3-Dnnr Dodge Dart On ownr $1,295 l1-n .33*
--SUE senS Aut. tron. One .wn.r. aP .r. 10 300 mile roe beige color, -
seen en'w__ I 19" DODGI 4.DI. UU automatic tranimlnlon radio. 1961 OLDSMOBILE i98H COMPLETE flhlng outfit MM 00ceeh
II hector. 42T Hampton St. Phone WO Cps. For a Lakeihor ruldut. All
OMlrrf, Wotck u* SERVICEMANGood ., Ke1 Inline ',S., PI, uU. Irtni, RIH. I 7-1431, .33. Fully equipped including PRINTING LEXICONNO. ratal portabl* beathouM ...If
opportunity with IftO POlO 4-DR. WAGON UH factory air cond. Uunehlng and loading. a 14 ft.
Jewelry R....lr I Aut. (rniH P.IH. l-awnar law 11I11..,.. .It' CHEVY Hardtop V-l RAH, I: PLATE Loneitar flbergl** opea beat, two
leading Pest Control Or. II IIfjI.nlaatlon. U automatic showroom condition, $2,195 Johnson outboard motor*, a I and

17Mar. 17 Previous route I. w t34new paint, carpet, *te. CY1M4 Semetlmei rfre t* a 10 HP. all accuori Sold only
$ THRIFTY SPECIALS $ "J: 43- III unit Mtr
j lie. a* a See a, 1390 Lk .
erevlnf No. 7)) hut I Ia
experience helpful but I960 OLDSMOBILE
not 98' 4 Dr. **"* p1scslSI
LADIESI w'1' '
i r.;
CHEVROLET Super Sport. these times term It
No Down fly** t.
neceitery. Applicant with Payment 300 HP. 4-8ped RAH 000 mllei, Sd. Fully equipped lnclud llght-welgM let motel ihtttn4

Do you have nice clothes youCan't neat appearance, Initiative 3" l.ltST POIDS I-Or. t 4-Dr. ......_ ... SUM*. | (Apt price$3025.00.fJSOO. CY'00' LAST S4.54.CHANCEAT Edwin Ing factory air cond. One far trinilrrliie I.....

wear? and willingness to' work tS7 PORD WAGON .. ..nn... SIM SUM*. I Kemp. -33* owner t. ,.,., a* t* .ffi* pease ((11-AJForRent I ) Unf.

Well, don't despair! can advance within 1t5S MUCUS I-DR. HT ...e. SltS SII M*. I $1,595 like the N.we.Chl.1 b core
our .
Let ua resell them for you! n7 DISOTO 1-DR. ....s..... S4fS S11 Me. U ItM OLDSMOBILE: Excellent condltkm rently Inilelllnf.
organization. Good 'Incentive pj new leg. ell power, whelm S-BEDROOH CB houM tat rent

(Open Soon) pay arrangement.Broad sale prlc CT S-2334. 33-3S 959 THUNDERBIRD. Fully 1403161 ItS $. woe a.--. *

ZS"The Encore program of em. :PREMIER MOTORS INC.: I BY OWNER 1M3 Oldimoblt '33" equipped condition.Including factoryair a-BEDKOOK kmieo and
Shop nnirnlhe4"
:. : .. benefits. Age 21. I I hardtop, nw tlre, radio airconditioned apartment UtOO an4 soc tfl..j
35. Only applicants who I Only 14..000 mll.i Now $1,495 Abe fumWixf rmtal ATKDfSHEAL
: PEXT TO NORGE VILLAGE rendition Slant aacrlflc S> *nn. ISTATB. CT
can withstand thorough % "YOUR LINCOLN-MERCURY DEALER" CY 3-3827. 31-34 "Iir..., Sf
=_.t In The Investigation need apply. Gil Hall Buick
I. 24 3rd St.. S.W. CY 3-904 Winter Havtsj"VmVmVmVmVm'JWmW
r THRIFTWAY StrOPPINGp For Appointment ? Dan AueI'llmS SOUTHEAST: avaetoua mod.. I

CENTER OKTS SMCIT1 USED CAR LOT large bedroom borne on eon**

.C Or CaU CY 3.8403 Telephone) CY 4-3301 TRY m tow costUBTICJl SOI 8th It., SW S3-4144 "I s'e.a.e.iw 1.4.JU' oil lot heat Parquet, el...floor. ta, brick achml flnclao Lease,.

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( ) For Rent, Unf. ((12)) For Rent Furn. I 13)) Real Est.t. For Sal.A |l3)ReatEstaUForSale) ((13)) Real Estate For Sale r((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Real Estate For Sale

bath, wind for electric or tea. SPECIALIDEAL
Water furnlehed. 12100 _III. IAT and spotless one bedroom I RetirementHomes
*. p. SW. 31.24SOTFB.ddmnm. and efficiency ap.rtmeDlil alone in hit extra spacious lode on Lake Alfred. Furel.h
completely furnished Including two bedroom cloie-ln furnished 2bedroom. 2-bith. Fla. room, BEFORE YOU BUY SEE THIS RETIREMENT HOMES
Emu. home with the most modern I bedroom m bath, kit.
l-hnth garage. Short walk to every large living birch cabl
.with 0.E!:. bullt-tiu no.00 per thing. Moderate yearly and means of heating, cooling, and room .OR IAII ir OWNIR MOST ATTRACTIVI HOMI Chen Florida room *" dining
month cnlne eta, built-In oven. Extra etc area. Ideally located on .
luxurious living, wants a buyer
seasonal .
sag w

SeeVAN to floori ceiling heat, lea S Large _*..LM-Dft-rtmlly N. let
71411 lUl St., ItW ZMnST utlntrN.01:
buckle MTt. ef beautiful .bln.t. .
OPEN HOUSE 16TFrURMSHED DUYNE wall, sprinkler tyitem.Beat J.. Whit. ,........ floor. leetrlt ..111.. MatHlllngi 11TH COURT N.E. BUCKEYE
C.r.ml. tll. willOw .111. ..d bOl' h.r. GROVE'NlAIt
Garden CourtApartments or UNFURNISHED Real Estate & Ins. l Motor Dock furr.. .".. .5,0-pad pha.t.md.. walls. .en.-...W.IIa.. lit BILL REASONABLE EX.
EFFICIENCIES and I1.* BEDROOMS Larie .reined stl! Air e.n Nlco lam airy room 1TI W. Central m-4111 ISO Perm. Ave Lake Alfred took Own Hum wiilni -f-ar eer r -.em.n drive, CYPRESS GARDENS
U *lVoII tt. the root living en. soar 100 ft. AVAOABE .
Conveniently located In Old PoatalBulldinc. (Eat 1921 |a Winter Haven) MODELS OPEN DAILY
city wane tin. under gr.ung rlnklerty.t.m
117 Ave. B, NE H167. Call CY 5-4355 or6TT 20.23 Owner Occupied pep ape *nd r.lnblrd.' sty ant w.l.r. Call Wallace Tucker .
i tans. LOW LieilMAL TtRMI rle.. HMSo-' Entrance Just one-half wile
I WINTER HAVEN'S NEWEST GARAGE apartment I room lun- i '.at- I ml. I* Cypr. 0.r...n .. "'I. t. W.M..it, limit. CY l..wa East of Cypress Gardena oa
porch and bath. Newly decorataa A real GOOD offer. seldom a
APARTMENT BUILDING .*, AV. K. NB. hear golf BETTER en* pre.nte4\ you will L lUSlfY, III NO. ITH IT. State Road 540 ,.
CY I-3S87. tract TUCker
court. Builders
.as.I I modem 6pddroonlplcsdmlallan.pprsi Blue Chip Value AT LASS MARII BUNDII. HORIDA JOHN G. WOOD
I WALK TO DOWNTOWN LOCATION THREE room and nt'b..Y' t1 at II aenoualy Int.r.eled.Inquire ,
furnlahed :' of owner at 2581 Helm '
elnee-ln location 1M E. CentralAv Road BE. 3U-J3 It's the home .11. & ASSOC., Inc.
.. 8325(12C 20:6
BT OWNER Leu than one year Developer* Bonders
Loans eld. a-B.droom t-baih. central area Lake Wlnterset REDUCED TO SELL
PRIVATE PATIOS ( ) Mortgage heat air condillonlni built-in kit- FLAT COLT 293-2S1T Phone 2931301UM

(rh.n utlllly room. Close For to new It's the price R.ro' a horn you would .>p etlo Bedroom, air condition k" central Vary handy when live at
hnp29febeCenun app
Hostess on premise elllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllMortgage ::;. 20-24 coal thousands ol dollar man. heat. Near WO AVENUE .
Bltual.d l.v.l, new Cypress
OB a brautlful New MEDALUON: HOMB with I
Yet this fine borne II
tM: to 1:30: P.M.-Sunday truly landKaptd. lakafront lot. I or tk Gardena shopping cente bedroom, a't bath.. All iltctrlo
land! | all of these thlnga end droom., Florid room two be.itUul Large corner lot. Will tacrlfic bitch.", calling b.... lair rearrrened YCat Save mouth 01 the punchase
Praetleallf new modern I bedroom much ( tiled bath, earp i.d tbrouf5out porch. Bodded front lawn of Shim beautiful I.Mdroemhome
TOWN & COUNTRY Up To 25 Years | retirement bom Clon In 634AT : much more. contra but and air conditionr. for quick sale with tindeifround Irrigation. LaT6' ,-,. complete with t the bathe
douhla and dock ptnele3Plurida
C. NE. C.nhost. air condition- carport i 1M' lot Prlc 11.110O.. kite Ir air conditioned
er. Florid room, built-in oren a.tore. A. It baa three bedroom CUlB-of-Uko IM.tOO.00. TERMS TO SUIT BUYER 'BOO ton and w closesOPEN room and olnlnf room.
REAL ESTATE youH be pleated = ( IU.BOO for quick aal*. IT-Tr two bathe (one with ooot.[ per Plenty of cloioti sod etnran apaceLandaraped
124,000 :
= with the prompt oours == i iI dressing room) beautiful SE Location arNDAY 1 ,. I ..M.nARKncoNtABY Mint be awn grounds Original with prtrl nkevlew.111 loo.
Rental Agents teou tervicea = I family room with fireplace CaU CY 2-2752 nrr.iff Offered now by. owner for 111 toft
the cloai&i = LOVELY LAROII I I.dreompan- : expcnilvely ei... Enjoy yourself In this I..... iibur> Third it, IW 29*.ITOIBOTT Only M a0 down Fbon UA J-4MJ
23-- compare lah Tn horn Cypraaa Oar- ban home near Cvpraa Gardens Halnei CU,. It-It
| ooata. E den A..*... Florida Room Central peted living and dining lart 11mgt.a1a, eonn.ctlncramlly 21-23 ':
Heat h UOE CY tXWlt. 1>TF room entry foyer room med.rn kitchen
3 savings\ and loan type Es I b.drooma I full bathi .
fully equipped kitchen .1
((12)) For Rent Furn. 1 core.r lot Frlc4 M 111.MO. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY :
: financing Inauranc com- g TAKE VT KT PATMENTS and double garage Shown by appt.
:= party; loans or FHA ins mere In on. rN&bo 'r I central heat and air coditlonlng '
CB borne JIM BL. MM
:5 lured bans whatever 3134cAVI colonial LAKEVIEW BY OWNER

B EXCLUSIVE :=s your needs ace s m ilgn. da.l. A RealBargain Transferred Must Sell Quickly

RENTALS : Town & Country | IAVB SA VII B. Thla home la located ATM ERTON Under Original Cost
tr Owner, t-bdraom built-in kit- Howard Terrace with an For

I I bedroom tun. coma, *ztr&l1trn1.6.4 i Mortgage Corp. | h.n, : ln'rt. "'L.t: lr Ttp*I living U5. exceptional Itkevlew of I UCo. MIDIOOM MATH
Jc* i Maanoll CY 1-1141 | IouthWIOt'Itlotl. M"0 00 down ac both Lake Howard and a Quick Sale!
aptrtmraU I t **l- S 5 ;:'.Amoria.... 11.100. Phons Lake Mirror. Truly an I Air (, "ltI..cI. ..llln. leaf, fully eViaea1, "".n. leers, "
I'OOIMo :: 16-TT EE.IIIn11IIIIIInIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIn 7033A area to be desired by the I Draw a ltf Atbart a. BealtMCONCIETE It.f>. llvlr* re.", Lot '0' I ISO'. Nr dressy, l lake ..1....
I lew (...!. Assume *IM, ef 10-yitr PHA,1'A' % merle
I I tc11'OO111 bom _, HOO r mOlt dltcrlmlnitlnf.C. $6U ef 'low *.... payment.laneeleM .

I I twdroom I bath bom*. J1a.Ita hem of preatwe BUCK and dimity. En The price of this borne Wllma Dndaoa HUMIM If desired. ) -
room Real Estate For Sal c.ll.nt condition. One ewner toro,- which baa 2,000
V5L square
17* ((13)) BLOCK DUPLEX r
4 I bedroom teen. Inrrtlon In
r.A. Donor: The price oa thlt lovely I br.
: :* wantei Will tak feet of living area, II A Real Bargain At
SEBBEA8LEY .mall ....... a* down .,m..t. 1Gara $33,000. Already finance. Beet Ie 2 bath home baa been cut to
UATNU CITY I room re.ld.nc ** apartment rear el let down of echonl* Aeihopping cenSer. S-B.d- the bone. Owners lore It you $17,500
REALTY CO. tuoee en hollow tU* and I room Out el But ewnerUt a payment only] moms each aid, beta pest* Extras Include built.la ;
xw apt above I car 100 Are. D, KB (1,000 U Deeded. $90000. .
MI eu tk,
wrrtrUKMIBHID > 100 or consider't-I.o. shots tl-TT oven & range dishwasher pantry Ills IILTMOM DRIVI, N.W. ;.
CT MW *t CY .. am..*.In. 1$4.11610) M. Harduuj. 10-21 Chicafo This alx month old home These lll-NIS fireplace la living room. tfl-flOl Z:

it shown by appointment rib Sliding glace doors to both Florida

apartment en lake, Earn Your only. For additional infer room 4" screened porch .23
suck and boat. Urine room bad- matron can Nicely landtcaped.
room, laetrta bath. Furnae FOR SALE CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
...at. UWiua (unlahtdFhoo Down Payment Outstanding
CT HOI1. 1..31 Mike Nolei Only |2), M
Neat bedroom borne In NWlection. On this builders trade-In. Save

,, TINT FUXR Anartmant Walk-. Complete In every detail. ua the time and expense of LEIS BROS. Lakefront Let me show It to you at you
.... to town laka Cl an
ha uio pl_ .81It.rr: Make me aa offer .. < cleaning and painting. Save convenience

8 a4",. i n i FR 2-1509 your dollar and upend your REALTORS Home Erea. Sundays CY 17522HARREN

r 1T0a' RENT Two bedroom fun spare time painting your own 1200 Ith SL, N.W.
Blah4 apartment, cloaa-liii Immadlata borne CaUJOHN $u500If
poaaaaalon en ***annal er 2123tit (Opposite North Gate) or

I'year... 11'11.round PboM lu.la:18"170.. Cell at 9TK n.TI'AvA, LAKH ALFRED .....roGm., G. WOOD 2>l.im Mtea CY 4.2S52PENBAOOLA. lawn you and appreciate a :well I located lovely -f>: 1;.: :

ONI Neat.." Poorat4 111 Loomis. furor"hoclapartm. carport 1H bath*, air, flortda conditioned room, JoeO double 101JOT. & ASSOC., Inc. lakefront borne, then you 1 "' ''4 JI6)1lifZIDJ!

CT t-iooa mill S don ft from I should Invettlgate this truly ..
D".1opnwBaI1dmIIIun SECKEL Realtor
.U4M down. Include all eloincoet
outiUnding example.
.. You wlU love ttl! JOHN W. none Ztum' Retirement With Income Opportunities"

LAID ALTFJCD Nice et.en 1-1171.IENDEMON Lake Alfred. rR Easily S-1W7 Co., lt-Ff.aTJl4NIlrtRRED Two bedroom with Located on Lake Howard 2J- LARGE, CLEAN SUIT APARTMENT :
large aptrtm.nt 17000 Infud: 556.00month 21.24 large *cr ned bark Downown thla I BR I bath home tea 5
porch -
for I to 4 adult*t s 0utilltlo. : Completely furnished ONLY $13,500
I and tta el laundry hmia*. I Convenient all chun-hee end lures large walk In closets 5IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllltTAXES -
!: Oweur mUtt ihopplnf Lance living and dining Owner Will Flx.netttlNI AI
FR MM wrrFUMK1SRED mu quickly. 5-Bedreem, bath air 1DYLRIDGE VIEW J mm*. Air conditioned bedroom closed garage a 1 | COOPER
Condiluead, labevuw honrn langleheary Floor turner.. Goo '.n.... N.. spacious ttortfe room a a Lake Alfred) RMlseered Inker J7J1.uJ !'
arartmanta bboA room eacell.m tearbyseho.le OPEN HOUSE 'sitar heater Interior and rant overlooking like
room upper lit 00 par' month. and .tor*.. Low taice. Lowdown 21,151 lewly: reflnlahed Oak floon. 18 E. IUD room i 59c Per Year |
1-lwdroom lowar 14000. WAn. payment. 1014 BUtmore Dr.CT Rue. Coat 111.000. "arrlflreUUO air conditioning : B 23.
M30L UJ7ON 1< gome term.. Creel. 131 .
B. NW. 1124Of underground Irrigation
t-BR. 1Bath1s40 *4.J.b erer.IlJB.la. Woodman"" Dr. 471-MU. JO-31 = Just Listed !AI neat ae spin
; dock and boat bout and
110.100.Balk.. .. rev d 2 bedroom. 1 bath s BUILDING? BUYING? SELLING ?
CAOLI LAO I block ..ou.... till BOWABDCorn.r porte 1100 It .raII. I10.KW. many fruit tree., Inveitl- home ta located la the E

water|| furnlahad. 111.00 weakly.Cry.tal Call BaarhpriyM. CY B,W.NW M Lake a-bedroom.Howard t-bath.Dr. eAve. Out Harendale' Bird turn right to ,'111I1 lilt 111I111111I11111111111111111111I'LaI"KI gate this home and you'llage close *n Northeast sea g REFINANCING? i
Hit Bt. Rd. lat
er Airport to pared outatandlng
I-N01. JO-M Florida. ..room central built-in heat kitchen.rport air eondlIon. I- road en Ml or call ? value at a price an of $21,500. E tton. And the owner hat g
nntNllHED 1 bedroom duplts 1-bedroom furnl.hed ruNt rnt Family | this home sparkling like | FOR FAST MORTGAGE SERVICE. Can 29ilSOI
ap.rtmart 1o ulr. .t 111th It.Elow at*. ft.hlnf. FOR CT 1.171'l I Ii new. Excellent terms with'
: or call 2114341 11.71 ALB BY pier.Occupant No -Mar. It Short ofBedrooms LEIS BROS.
E about 125000 down = FHA.
closing coat. 10-34 payment V.A. Let ui fet your commitment: quickly *$d
NEW Ideal WARM lakealda apartment i ? I REALTORS end ISO00 per | courteously. J%% 1Dttr.1Itlp to 31 year* to pry.
for tourtet Corner ei Lak
Howard. TRI A enu* D IW View For Sale I: !ZOO Sulk St., NW S month. Cell for appointment s '* CONVENTIONAL 80% to 90% loam at 5%

e awlaaford.( two lake BUNDECK.: Clenn. .J4 U Would You Pay B R.tlr.m.ntSp.clan I Line Up For ii (Opposite North Gate) to ice tit!. Acme g up to 29 year 75% loans for 25 yean trim

.ttlcl.DC $65.00 a Monthfor i The Bath? f fi mim e PAUL SMITH iEre. m% to SH%. s

TYBEENT apertmi. a I bedroom 2 bath home Eye ft See tHISI A .-. CY WOOl g GROVES 1% loan for 20 year* 2

with terrazzo floor, cell beat Completely furnished! S bed -i .' Then you need thli | a = COMMERCIAL 6% bane Terms ectxil-:

OHIO RECALLED 1 at Urge carport on large lot? home in NE.!: sections, located' = 4 bedroom 2 bath home soa log to the Htuatioa .......3
One of the belt Northwest lottlona I I = Lake Martha Drive. s ITbwM COUNTRY 1 119'a
between three Uket. Haa living
the tenant after one week I II In Winter Haven If ao, = Large living room and 1720 VISIT OUR OFFICE TO DISCUSS YOUR NEEDS.
BO I eaU 293-tTBl for appointment to room kitchen bath = separate dining room for E 1 WE HAVE A PLAN TO SUIT YOU QUICK
lee 1U Owner needi to tell 14500.screened Terma poroh Itdesired tt carport Only 5: formal entertaining i Open House .1141WlfW SERVICE, CHECK OUR COSTS, THEN COMPARE.

The fur. efficiency In the DO., U-23 g Florida room for those rts |

Jaearanda ApU. U again[ avail: lazing hour Gadget | rTlllllllMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMirr MORTGAGE DIVISION
able.. Single lady on yearly ba- s filled kitchen baa built-in = To-Day 23-27
ale preferred. Call CY i-illl to Df LAKB ALFRED .....room.S Beasley Realty Co. :E oven and rnnge, dtah.i g FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT
bath CB home. Built-in 0.E:. till! 6 P.M. LAKErRONT W TUB COUNTRY
1923 :E 2 P.M.
aee. kltche. eompletelr furnlahed with 934 Mi St. N.W. CY S.2757 i washer disposal and food E J-bedroom, 1-bath CI horn
nearly new (urnltur. In *" ni-lu- : E center For your comE 111 ft well for water .,.t.m. work- & INVESTMENT .CORP.2M .
a-BEDROOU Hi bath' partly furniahed. v. neighborhood. A BARGAIN.U nt Edgewater Dr., SE, Lake' .hnn and c lot inos
I $1500 a month. Will allowVt .000 Other t-bedroom, 1- t ft t BR lane CB DOWN Hnm*. s.....rotCJWU.II = fort, there fc central oil Es drive outn 4flO on :r."I01.r'ih .. by Cypress Gardena Ed., S.W.
lolie Take
of rent a* down payment on bath' homE mm. with bulll-ln ap"t.'J : KcTOMIC, .... BrokerFOR heat and central air cons Ettatet. a prxilnlm.nl' 11)000 GENE' : C W-lfOl
ESTATEaCT; OIIH 1l li" j"t i MJ! War. s month, 355- E ditlonlng Double E the country It will only COOPER. HIt.I.I.," Brok.r IJIIKAlfred 24111)19-
Brok- nt a-ttai Jt-as
GENE 1..21 take mlnutei from the
21 r..1).l'l E 10
Me34 >> Lak 1635.: 15-25 S garage plus a carporte you

hoc., furnlih.d I room and IALB Kin Rant Area = Many other, EXTRAS E new SE shopping center andlee CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
bath. Wat.r furnl.hed HOOD a LAKEFRONT HI,lOD Modern t bedroom home S la S2I.MO too much C this beautiful 2 bedroom
w CaU CT I4M. M Ay*. O, . IM Dew HO per month central heat and air conditioned -
iLk. tlMrtntNIBHED Low Dow* Payment lbedrooma.torlda CT S-OOia. *.rJ' for all this To ace Call 5
room Kreened porch, waterfront home.
I Iwdroom apartment bulit-u even. and rente. True lakeront CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MALCOLM TETIEAVLT
Eleetrtt kitchen. (arai*. no road btwn horns *ndk Come! prepared to make me an
laundry room. Ground floor. N.ar W 11 aouth Lau Deer Dr.CT I | Eve. Jk Ian CT 2-1071 I offer. See Mr. Bloedle, Mr.B" B
M771 eRie '.00 ,.11I. TF
Nona Oat Adult CT M7I1 90-21 ...... Cntom IHIH) HMIH Attoclate.I. .

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ECYSII4Iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiii WIlWIL 1121 Cypreit ardent BeadSu. al

OPEN HOUSE LEISURE SHORES ; ,, Evenlngi CT tttltO >f

Oev Hnm M. re N.W. 21* II I -

I. St. lens Nertt 1 Mite t* CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .

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2 & 3 BEDROOM HOMES A restricted commun IN REAL ESTATE? J BBS. NEW

ity with city water 2:00 Till Dark HOME
702 AYE. M S.E.
city I' W e r, ttrMt IN
lights. sidewalks, lakeprivileges. FLA. ROOM ROOM EXCELLENT

for Split Level to eitte.li your reel Mtott .l I criv.7
w. .r* meinbert tt the '.tora.u'' l ***.. Club TO

Go past Winter Haven golf course, continue e,4 today this It the last method t e m.rl*t y*.rpreaerty. SIDE.

Call m (er ln.M len. W* live **.rtl.. Built-in Appliance E N J O Y
en I II Ilk Street, N.L, to Buckeye Hillt. Charles Chupp le .,.*.. -

CT J-1311OR BI

CY 3-5151 V. L. EZELL CY 3-0012 TOUt IULTOR Beailej Realty Co. 934 6th St., N.W. CY 3-2757

.21. .lJ- .13- -11_


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U. S. SwappedFishermen ters vlcted without of tI.hInlI1l'\orlda a license\ Wednesday wa

and fined $SOO

: The slat of Florid dropped is.

pr : For similar charges igalnst 32
crewmen and two mora of the

i (l3)Rejtj.EstateForSale) ((13)) Real Estate For Sale ((13)) Reel! Estat. For Sale ((13)) Real l Estate For Solo original granted political crew asylum of 38 in were the

American PilotKEY United State
r3'To 'nntltninllnnlitnlnnnlllntlnltCUSTOM =lIIl11l1l11ll1l1l1ll11l1l11l1l11l1ll1l1lltONLY Wright said the Cuban government

B An Estate Settle!IILocated.1ft" I I -I ONEi Do You Need< WEST, Fli. (UPI-Th well" after treated two Cuban him exiles"quite N spa

United States and Cuba ippi Enrique Costello Hernsndes
| BUILT HALF BLOCK | A23 or 4 ently mid ID Informal swap and Relnaldo Lopes Llma-h1-
Alturus Fla. about jacked his plan enrout to Key
I In Golfvlew Circle less 5 from Lake Howard sadE Thursdsy-in American pilot
Winter Have West Tuesday and forced him
miles from and bit hijacked for
12 plane four
than two block WinE BedroomHome tv
S from six blocks from downtown. *
Nea Post Office, large store E ter Haven Golf Course E E Three bedroom Air Cuban captains and their fishing to fly to Havana.QUICK ,

building garage 60 z 60 with Club HOUJ E Conditioned 1H Bath s ? boats. LENTEN DISH
No In
one in official
some atock. 1 BR. furnished | S bedroom, t baths large | = -Floors Beautiful- Modern Oak Kitchen.Parquet sE sE willing to caU It a capacitywai formal Take some shrimp and a a Ypos F wrqQc
house icarporte, separate gar ES packaged sauce for a quick T
Jiving 1'00I1and Florid You will love It and the = trade, but it seemed more than e A
age, corner two streets Extra room. Many extra such ss E price i* only m,900.00.. S w. R. McReynolds coincidence that the minute luncheon treat. Use packaged
60 x 199 +vacant lot. AH for U carpeting, drape, and E 4 BEDROOMS 2 bath southeast Richard Wright circled his curry sauce, cheese sauce, or
$13,000.. terms can be irringed. 5 refrigerator Included. E CallRUSSELL | section ; plane over the Key West Airport white sauce with your own

.,) y.Beasley: = Beautifully landscaped lot E = center; ;tt near bile from new shopping Lake the fishing boats chugged seasonings added. Mike the

Realty Co. E In one of tie most d *lreE FRAKES iE Roy; Priced at $24,500. out of the harbor and headedfor sauce according to package s ..NatG
MVCY3-27J7 E able residential areas. E Eve. ft Sun. CY 3-1MI Havana. directions. Arrange cooked v

K4 6th ,:St., : E Price is 121.503.00. Let me = 3 BEDROOMS, 2 bath In Lake The fishermen, caught poachIng I, shelled and develned fresh or

= show it to you.- s TOWN COUNTRY Elbert Estates Beach privilege In Florida waters Feb. 2, frozen shrimp on toast. Pour

::" es; swimming pool with enclosed were released from jail at I hot sauce over shrimp and

Call | i 211 Lbgnob fillrmn II'lmil1nTI ] patio; Quick tale am, but didn't get underwa toast.

; : Near E GERTRUDE BRYAN I b U3'1141 1 sliLL )UIiJUIt $19.500. until Wright showed up at the
airport about noon
E Eve ft Sun CY 34550 2 BEDROOMS, IVi bath Ige
I' ; Official
State ailllllltllimillllllllllllllllllllllllll) l i I l attributed the depar
23-2 screened porch; Fla. room: hire delay to a balky engine oa
scratch brick front; southeast one of the four boat,.
Farm t !1r
TOWN L COUNTRY NO DOWN section Now 18500. Wright a year-old pilot for

r 271Uagnoll' 1ITmn rr i your 5 bedroom lot. Price CB start hornet..built low on a. S BEDROOMS, 1 bath; Florida the: Tamlaml Aviation Co. In

"3.1141111i111I111111111111111111111illiitiillil l lL UliUUi JII/iOO/ For more Information phone room; weU landscaped; southeast Miami, was questioned at .r
a GALAXY Bldra CY S-18U anytime, section; retirement neighborhood length by federal authorities

Helen Wkifoy :/ ;; TF- must sell at $14,750 before being allowed to talk to

23-25 DUPLEX IN S.E. SECTION I Call me now for in appointment newsmen
9 3 lovely:fflfrooms, 2 baths, central His arrival ended 18 days In W
air::ronditioning, screened Close to arhoola. I BR., tile bath the for 1
; county Jail 29 Cuban ho _
each aide with electric kitchenequipped
patio'porch-! Luxury extras 20 ACRES The price I. right for this Eves ft Sundays CY 3360 fishermen. The skippers of the
Good terai . $24,900. better than averaaa Income proper four Cuban boats
were con
ty. Call for appointment
Eves. 4 ,Sundays CY S-59flS ORANGE YPRESS ARDENS

East of liaise City on blacktop DOROTHY REAL ESTATE WILCOXON eat f'.f e (13-A) Groves

lY'RESS GARDENS road, sign on property. This <411< lib St. N W. "' "4)l6S'1IZ IE

eaft4 young grove and furnished S404488
'II.tY4)I6S' ""a a home cia be bought for $24,000 .23. GROVE PLUS

or $21,000 without the home. INCOME PROPERTY
Owner will give good terms.
.23B HOME MAINTAINING A HOME 4 Acres with 3H acres in mature -
16 ACRES FREE grove the tree count is
In quiet neighborhood Convenient In' New England and anotherIn 131 Valencia .
57 whit and
64 acres of 3 year old cringe .. Priced right (or quick ,
grove at $75.00 per acre. It tole.tore. Winter Haven Is burdensome pink grapefruit, 400 Ft ?
Lakefront OnLake acres of land free to the widow owner SO herxqulalte Lakefront Very modern .t'y'b
furnished home In NE
completely furnished duplex .
MarthaSee LAKE INA HOME REAL ESTATE Winter i Haven 1 is now on the No frost damage and pump &: Jo

rust like new. Lakefront home. <4IS< Nb It., NW market. The outstanding tea- ripe for Irrigation Price e

this' desirable home featuring Excellent condition, construct Day ar 11:... lUlU lure is the big esst-front Florida 21,000.. Financing available <

ion and neighborhood. 3 large .u- room, but the whole place :
many' extra Spacious bedrooms, 2 tile baths, modern evidences excellent taste and M. H. Jordan RealtyREAL

rooms -Hi baths, garage, attractive kitchen,, dining & living room, perfect care. ESTATE COUNSELORS

kitchen, Fla room, 'la.. room overlook the lake. OPEN HOUSE For further Info and for a 141C 4lh St., NW ZM-2711
central heat & air condition. Draperies, and rugs included.! showing caUVAN .
Beach. Only $24,500 Terms. Central air conditioned ft heat ALL WEEK 023I4AJ -
"FISH IN YOUR OWN ed. Complete yard Irrigation Come by at your convenience DUYNE
from lake. White til* roof. The and look at this new 2-bedroom
:1SACKY ABD" yard flower & trees are beau. home located in very quiet Real Estate & Ins. ( ) Lots & Acreage

iful. Ride by 221 Lake Ins Dr.,
neighborhood at S3S S. Nekom
Beasiey Realty Co. SE, then call for appointmentto In Lake Alfred. CaU .. . ... 71 W, Central 203.4114a 1,000 ACRESOFpastureland

IM Ith St. NW CY 3.2751B see. "!WILLIAM A. ROWSE Redder 1'
.. r -WID divide
WALK TO TOWN $60 Per Acre.,
FR 2-1483
1 blocks to town, H block to
Southeast Exchange Bank. Perfect retire. -10- Taken In Trade I II 127, ACRES .. $70 Per ACT .5 .5 r
meat home. Excellent condi- i
Location !IIIt'l Ion. CB constructed Large liv large bedroom, big Florida r
lag room ft separate Fla. room, $900 DOWN room large lot, established 14 6Lb St., NW CY 3.8454 '

1 nice bedrooms, carport ft elghborhood. Close to all city IMF '
> located on large -
a bttuty 4 BEDROOM HOME convenience .
utility room. Included is stove,
corner lot. well landscaped.
refrigerator, 2 ton air conditioner IN SOUTHEAST MONTHLY PAYMENTS $75
Irrigation' system ? I Brs, I rug ft draperies. Price SCHOOL AREA DRIVE BY 2011 10th STREET : 110 Feet wide on Chain, White
baths 2 carport, central Sand Beach 250 Feet
tile car $12,000.00.EDNA. N.W. AND CALL ." Deep
beat and air condition kit AU rooms extra larg*. Just North of City Limits Near

chen with Flair oven & range, WATSONREALTOR Wall-to-Wall carpetinf. see. State Farm. REDUCED 20% 1 ffi i / la +
lots of cabinet Large screen below Appraised Value.
Florida room, IH baths. S BEDROOM 1 BATH .
porch. Drapes, carpet. Only
Closed garage.Walking .
$24,900. Terms U desired. na eth St.. N.W. CY 4.4141 distance to all -
Beasley Realty Co. -23- All for $19,000 with $900 CAREFREE COVE AND CALL Deep well 1, electricity bani cllnaa **
Either; of these homes can be 816.600.C n11 #
134 th"StTNW; CY,3.2751Reduced down and no closing r. MeCOMIC, Re*. Broker
costs. yours for absolutely 283-:16.: i

LEIS BROS I Nothing Down CHOICE RESIDENTIAL LOT MCyprea. _' 'Oka 1, 0'u
611 Poinsett S BR. CB Oardeni Road. Owner sr. +4
home, 1 tile bath, carport. REALTORS II win finance Call JM-J83: MT t t ; tt' id.
$1.00011Excellent! Price $4,500 $200 down. B&W Builders
(Opposite North Gate) 100' z IU deep West Uk Hnw
VARNER REALTY CY 3-7147, CY 4-2S7S CY S-046S .rd. CY 4-1211. J4-1T
!! 24-3117 !
Buy 1t.1Ua St., NW CY 31454 NINE SO' I IN iota AH on anti
Eve. Sim. 24.2SS2 23-28 nit* lute 'Inks chain lit.000. BY d Sf r r w
EXCLUSIVE LOCATION 23.25111111IIllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllltt OWNER or your broker CY KH1IIMIar ; ,aQ1sro ,
In SE section Walking distance I

to new hopping center :! Large KETIBEMENT living room, ..HOME....droom.. .. Lake Howard
3 Brs j 2 tile bath., Fla. .EXCLUSIVE b.th. kitchen with bullt-la own,
room, drape., kitchen, oven It i iI Private Road nnee and dlehwaiher, dinette Lakefront
tllli room and Florida room
range Separate Urge WORKSHOP I 1455 N. Lake | penlnff onto a large ecreened palo. -
trees Now only have 100' x 300'Large
Fruit A beautiful letting amongst Dent decide until you
$16,900 Terms If needed eeea 1W Alachua. Drive. .. Phone ,
i Howard Drive I
fruit street
trees on a quiet CY MOO -33-
high lakefront lot In the I IX16
and s
Drive by 1865 4th St., SE Like 0 J
1 = overlooking Hirtridg ,
make an appt. with ui to lea $54,000 i With 3 BEDROOMS, 3 most exclusive section in Winter
Haven. One of the few left
it toBeasley BATHS'I. REPOSSESSED HOMES Lowmonthly s **
t | An Italian Chateau over- E payment.. Modern CB US on Lake Howard Terms can **mm2.

Realty Co. s looking one of Winter s This fin home li the last available -bedroom:M21 or conntruetlon W3-I1TS Eve,Contact and Sunday CY I be arranged. r

IJ4 6th St.:..' NW CY 1115701111111I11I11I111111I111111111111I11I111111 lakes Haven. plus most, a luxurious beautiful s s on CORP.S93-W48 OF FLORIDAOJ FIRST MORTOAOB- M. H. Jordan Realty "6WRtil.. 44,5c #.. i .0- t F; :'*.A0on dr

; guest apartment. Every E West Lake REAL ESTATE COUNSELORS :

I I I I I I I : S detail: for the dl<
i TOP QUALITY I II | till buyer. SImple EleE HartridgeTerrace Modern -bedroom CB ham
Es All paneled llua, Florida room 21-
for Florida
s fiance, perfect kitchen built'In*, central oil heat.nre .
HOME I living Thin home I 11 beyond E attic fun, Many a, :
= word to describe. E xtra*. k-M&l, lloL.I JPV. V 1
$ -
I We Invite your Inspection ISJ5TTRACrm \ 'I
CHAIN OFLAKE II e May I how you? | DRIVE: OUT HAVENDALE: Cruise in Luxury .. %* f

; II s CallELiANORIGLERART | (BLVD.Airport TO Road 21st.) to the Street brick NW.en A earner horn. *-Bedrooma to the ;*" --v c .*j8lV
| a bit hi. central heat, air. |
$27,000 try way. condition hardwood floors modem West Indies 1 1iM
5 3a E Ev*. Son. CY 4-1112 E convenience. Deep will Irritation
Community Development Will consider offer than co tMO 6' "
Your own private E Ith It, NE. CT MSH.M- ( JLl .. IJ .- .. 1
= lakefront, dock and boat Ss [TOWN COUNTRY I Co.

lift. One of the prettiest S no I LAME ROY 011 Chain ..ryIrabl
= kitchen w. have gS : l11..qllrmn 'lWrilW I"a.1I41 CY SMIS CY ..1141 _. location Lovely CB home,
badrooma I the bat..... Every
ever seen with cherry s G1_ UIiIU -13- room .pacl...... Large wooded lot
= finish kitchen cabinet si and U. Owner will sell or lean O'0,5'tie
Ale _clition'". CY S-74SL ll-u
Beautiful panelled FieriS ibilllllllllllllllllllllllll511111111111111; IJ!! aMa Ml e( Mush vita artaeM. I
S da with 2326Nice Mthelr.M Jaclll"..N watt Hale
room fireplace S 3 BR Modestly COZY HOUSE ON DINNER LA KB.fireplace. :.
_= Glass sliding door 5 Heat Newly p.151,4.Punnished. 7 UwDeye el A
IT**)00. Northerner, A.UeiMi _TifJUIHt
5 to screened patio porch. s 3 Bedroom Priced Home, luat Sell. .$-1012. 1JJ 5wp a ,.. herd. (. ... -.II
5 Foyer entry, 3 spaciousbedroom s Leo ry $'..o.ukipARIADNE
= ,, 3 full bathi. Home Centrally located convenient Equity BULL _t-kedroom FINANCE horn oa with TBADB egraa r ?rD ... !

s Deluxe nylon carpeting; Ss to shopping areas, this for mete trailer, cabanaftemoon .
Seh IM M.4emlm Mil al l Pie UTEARROUND
and quality drapes from ES With tab aeeeaa at end of .....t. home Includes three bedrooms '. WO M77I. 21-34 MPUERTO ( r
Owner la transferred out of town
Terrell's Of course, It 5 and wants nil family with him. ItO two screened BEDROOM tile bath din In* RICO and e

E has central beat and air =_ baths ullHn: Ia china''cabinet and dlnlnf with area(tau, porches and garag This shopping room carport renter, 1 No porches city ..Near'"... VIRGIN ISLANDS

E conditioning Owner = doom, one air conditioner. hallow home is In good condition 150000 CY M32. 2134UNIT : Jew Nvk Ska H4 K TleaM.VMl
E moving to Colorado of5 well with pump tee lawn Drive and Is priced to cell at :.e, s._ 55: Mw. Ii. 15
5 apartment "houM. In goodcondition ".r5 lev se aaelW
b 9404 Avenue B NW take look
1 a
E of
fen this horn built In late E $8,500 with payments .
thin call (or price and terma, For SUMO!\ no cash or ... NASSAU a JAMAICA
= 1962 for only $27,000 E $50 per month. Call Zelli ermi. THE PURCHASER WTI.LIFCEITB 1-- a.1, "ssr, A Homeless electric clothes dryer costs le SI-dries best. Dry your
LOLA BUSH Associate for FREE OLDSMOBILR leo Sue .... WAIl ........
= Make Eg Pearson in appoint.meat clothes dean
an appointment tOt Ilth It. KB.: CY 14361. :20-21 ,linen. a t,5.55rre as as you wash them with fumeless. flame I". clears
oowl Cal E PBOO CY 1.15S4 to see this offering = : \ 50>, u electric heat. See
iwpMrw. w electrical appliance dealer
IDS Lake Link Dr. SB LAKE- your soon. There i a-
MALCOLM TETREAULT = VIEW. I large b.rnbathe. ;.! S the Rnl 96.3s55_ ........ ..... no match for Electric
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;..-- A-I Television Service Central Store I I Handee Hardware Store North Gate Shopping Center

: 297S Avenue G, N.W. Phono CY 4.1551 W. Central!Ave. 5 4th St. Phone CY 3.7294 I f "Your Now l-Stop Hoodquortort" "y 14 Stores to Serve You

1 1611 Sixth St., SE. Phone CY 3-4667 .

!1 : r. American National Bank City Drug Company ,.1.TC ,> Pathway Package Liquors"Wo

: C i ;:: Member, F.D.I.C. 99 Third St., N.W. Phone CY 3-1734 J' ," r' Dolivor"
-- '. ? Haven Appliances, Inc. ::, 901 I Sixth St.. N.W. Phone 293.1056

:.. :; Arcade Beauty Salon City Jewelers 229 W. Control Avo. Phone 293-3012 I ii'

,, : ;'.. Across from the Ritz P one CY 3.6291 41 Third St., N.W. Phone CY 3-0151 ,,HA Philip's EnterprisesPhilip
Borlcovits, Ownor
Kentucky Fried Chicken Philip's Professional Bldg. Winter Haves.
: = Ard's Awning & Upholstery Clark Floor Covering "It'i Ltckin Good"
SOl Fifth St., S.W. Phone 293.2442 121 W. Control Ave Phone CY 4.4211
: 790 Sixth St., N.W. Phone 294.2235 The Powder Puff Beauty Salon

I Consolidated Insurance Service Complete, Beauty Service,Wig Clooning A Styling
WalkTwo 291-3900
Beauty 131 Fifth St., bl.W. Phone
( Locations) 120 W. Control! Avo. Phone 294.4241Cumming's Lake Region Bank of Commerce
I 1511 Hovondolo 506 Cypress Gardens Rd.
.' ,. Member, F.D.I.C. Slim's Awning & Canvas Works

1 "Wintor Hovon's Oldest Awning i Convoi Shop"
'".. Bee-Hive Furniture, Carpets A Draperies ,'n3A, 393 E. Control Avo. Phone 293.2640Terrell's
62 Third St., N.W. Phon. 273-0152 I 77S Cypress Gardens Rd. Phone 293.1429 Le Roy's Appliance 1 ,
:"'" Sales & Service ,', '
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Belk-Lindsey Exchange .: \ Westinghouse Doolorr *
Carpeting i Draperiesrei
Control Ave. 3rd St., S.W. Phone CY 4.4251 HAVEN :\ "
Member, F.D.I.C. (: 1 131 Third St., S.W. Phone 293.3452 \< '| ":' 1550 Hovondolo Blvd. Phone 293-1333
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Bill Bell Carpets ,", :' 'The ft' !1.", Trice's Casual Town
Fashion f Mel Lowe & TV
Your WUNDA WEVE Dealer yi'F :'..I''.,.
231 I W. Control Avo. Phone 293-1311
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537 Avenue.B, N.W. Phone 293.4011 H, 319 W. Control An. Phone 293.7232 "Wo HIV the Best Customers In Town
(I 903 Sixth St., N.W. Phone 293.4694
John Boland Hardware Florida Office Supply, Inc. I Whidden Opticians
62 Fourth St., N.W. Phone CY 3.7355 149 Avenue A, N.W. Phone CY 3-3124 1 ii'., : El Third St., N.W. Phone CY 3-2130
: ; Mather Furniture

Joe Brandon '.1,.1J.w.l.r Goodyear Service Store of Winter Haven ),:, ,. Winter Haven Book Store
& Silversmith 2l7AvonuoAN.W. Phone 293-2195\ > Sixth t Avo. J, N.W. Phon. CY 4-3 1 25May's ':. I :\ 272 W. Control Avo. Phone CY 34241
131 Second St., N.W.. Phone CY 3.1965Brengle's \ JI
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"We i9rean Agoney" \ : M Building
132 Third St., S.W. Phone 293-6570 41 Third St., S.W. Phone CY 3.5401 321 W. Control /'+.v.. Phono CY 3.6207 655 Fifth St. S.W. Phone CY 32136Page

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